Thursday, July 21, 2016 Leave a Comment
“When Heyrocco arrived on the indie scene a few years ago, they used several slogans to promote themselves. They profess to be South Carolina’s “first rock ‘n roll band”, which might be the case to the state that has brought us Hootie & The Blowfish. Their debut LP, Teenage Movie Soundtrack (Old Flame Records), was described as “Disney Grunge”, as their songs focused on the plight and (mis)adventures of today’s youth told to a mix of ’90s alt-rock and post-punk. The album, though, was much more than a collection of events. It also offered a soundtrack for a new generation by highlighting the frustrations of today’s young people with the establishment. Call it the Ferris Bueller of albums.”
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