11 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Brooklyn-via-Cape Cod rockers Highly Suspect continue to bang out the rollicking riffs on their second album, coming on hot and heavy with the woozy opening crunch of “My Name Is Human.” They’re positively adrenalized on the swaggering “Postres” and moved by the power of piano on “Chicago,” a dramatic stunner that showcases Johnny Stevens’ passionate vocals. They close things in grand fashion, as the wild “Wolf” eases its way from a glittery soft open to an unhinged finale of blistering, spacey guitar solos.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Brooklyn-via-Cape Cod rockers Highly Suspect continue to bang out the rollicking riffs on their second album, coming on hot and heavy with the woozy opening crunch of “My Name Is Human.” They’re positively adrenalized on the swaggering “Postres” and moved by the power of piano on “Chicago,” a dramatic stunner that showcases Johnny Stevens’ passionate vocals. They close things in grand fashion, as the wild “Wolf” eases its way from a glittery soft open to an unhinged finale of blistering, spacey guitar solos.

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About Highly Suspect

Born out of the bustling indie rock-centric borough of Brooklyn, New York, Cape Cod-bred rockers Highly Suspect formed in 2009 around the talents of Johnny Stevens (guitar, vocals, synths) and twin siblings Ryan (drums, vocals) and Rich (bass, vocals) Meyer. A muscular, hard-hitting power trio in the vein of Queens of the Stone Age, Kings of Leon, Band of Skulls, and Royal Blood, the group issued a three-song EP (The Worst Humans) before heading into the studio with producer Joel Hamilton (Black Keys, Elvis Costello) to record their debut long-player. The resulting Mister Asylum, which featured the fiery single "Lydia," was released via 300 Entertainment in 2015. Their debut received critical praise, and two unexpected Grammy nominations, that led to an extensive tour in support. The tour finished in early 2016, although they immediately returned to the studio to record a second full-length, The Boy Who Died Wolf, which saw release in November of that year. ~ James Christopher Monger

  • ORIGIN
    New York, NY [Brooklyn]
  • FORMED
    2009

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