Verónica by Dead Boots on Apple Music

13 Songs

EDITORS’ NOTES

Cheap Trick had hundreds of thousands of fans in the '70s, and nearly 40 years later the children of those fans are forming bands. Or something like that. L.A.'s Dead Boots have issued a number of unsung, obscure albums while touring extensively and opening for bands such as Dinosaur Jr., Stone Temple Pilots, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, and Cage the Elephant. Their focus is on quick, fun, guitar-centered pop-rock (feathered hair is optional). But the charming harmonies on "The Wrecking Ball" and wacky call-and-response vocals of "I See You Coming" may remind one of Cheap Trick, The Flamin' Groovies, and Big Star, while the snarling guitars of "You Never Want to Go Back," "One of Me," and "Love Without Fail" skirt the '60s and '70s influences and land in a particular no-man's-land—which likely means The Dead Boots should claim this territory as their own home base.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Cheap Trick had hundreds of thousands of fans in the '70s, and nearly 40 years later the children of those fans are forming bands. Or something like that. L.A.'s Dead Boots have issued a number of unsung, obscure albums while touring extensively and opening for bands such as Dinosaur Jr., Stone Temple Pilots, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, and Cage the Elephant. Their focus is on quick, fun, guitar-centered pop-rock (feathered hair is optional). But the charming harmonies on "The Wrecking Ball" and wacky call-and-response vocals of "I See You Coming" may remind one of Cheap Trick, The Flamin' Groovies, and Big Star, while the snarling guitars of "You Never Want to Go Back," "One of Me," and "Love Without Fail" skirt the '60s and '70s influences and land in a particular no-man's-land—which likely means The Dead Boots should claim this territory as their own home base.

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