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Terrible Human Beings is an invigorating reminder of what rock ’n’ roll is all about: It’s packed with scrappy, fun, punk-tinged garage and alternative tunes that just don’t give a damn. Powered by a ‘60s guitar jangle, “They Put a Body in the Bayou” is a stomping showcase for how Mario Cuomo can howl out a melody. The richly sludgy “Creatures” feels like a drunken stumble through a swamp. And “Black Francis” is a spot-on facsimile of what Pixies did best. '60s pop. '70s hard rock. '80s indie. The Orwells wear their influences on their sleeves while doing them all proud.

Customer Reviews

The BEST 2017 album so far

These guys both "get it" and have "got it". Love this album. What a force they are. Really love them ....and I'm 61 years old and remember all the bands here that are referenced and paid homage to. Good for the Orwells for keeping true rock n roll alive.

Excited

I never do reviews but I'll do one after the album comes out. I love the direction they're taking and I love the orwells. Bands like them deserve so much attention.

Finally

Great band, worth the long wait. Outstanding!

Biography

Formed: 2009 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Orwells were attending high school in Elmhurst, Illinois when they formed in 2009. Cousins Mario Cuomo (vocals) and Dominic Corso (guitar) teamed up with brothers Grant (bass) and Henry Brinner (drums), alongside their friend Matt O'Keefe (guitar), and started making music together. Along with hitting the books and skating, the Orwells started recording their raucous indie rock songs. In 2011, they signed to L.A.-based blogger Justin Gage's Autumn Tone record label after they sent him a link...
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Terrible Human Beings, The Orwells
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock
  • Released: Feb 17, 2017
  • Parental Advisory

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