The day has finally arrived! Friday, April 13, sees The Lockhearts long-awaited debut full-length album Americana Doom Fuzz, released to stores as they prepare to hit their straps for a run of album launch shows at home before heading o/s to join label mates and ex-pat Aussies, The Lazys, on tour.
Out through Golden Robot Records and available on CD, vinyl and digital, Americana Doom Fuzz harks back to a golden fertile era when studio exploration/experimentation was young, and embodies The Lockhearts “keep it loose, keep it tight” approach to moody, guitar-driven songwriting.
“Americana Doom Fuzz pays homage to the sounds we grew up with, a coming of age soundtrack in retrospect, that wrestles with love, loss, shifting expectations and finding your place in the world.” Tim Meaco (Vocals/Guitar)
Little Eden, described as “a note of self-reflection after being perpetually on the rebound,” is the latest single lifted from the album and is accompanied by another outstanding animated music video directed and filmed by the Media Collective
The eclectic 11-track collection, which also includes previous singles, Ride Home and Goddamn Pretty, is rock at its finest and embraces The Lockhearts 70s rock influences with laid-back swagger and rich vocals.
Call for Help
If I Was Your Man
Spectre at the Feast