E lá vem a Austrália no TBTCI, diretamente de Melbourne, os garageiros do The Dead Heir pedem passagem com seu ep Cooked lançado no final do ano passado.
Psych e garagem a serviço dos bons sons.
Vestígios de The Seeds, Chocolate Watch Band e BJM rondam o epezinho que tem de sobra aquele punch das garagens 60´s que é impossível não gostar.
Como diria meu chapa Fabio Bridges, segura a trip.
***** Interview with The Dead Heir *****
Q. When did The Dead Heir started, tell us about the history…
A: We began playing as a 3 piece at the end of 2012 but quickly realised that we needed more people to create the sound we were going for. So we got another guy and then another guy and then another guy and we were a sextet.
Q: Who are your influences?
A: As there are 6 members in the band, our influences are many and varied. Tom Jones, The Bee Gees, Tom Sheeran are always getting a spin on shaunsies cassette player.
Q. Made a list of 5 albums of all time…
1. So Fresh - Hits of Autumn 2003
2. So Fresh - Hits of Winter 2003
3. So Fresh - Hits of Spring 2003
4. So Fresh - Hits of Summer 2003
5. New York New York The Soundtrack
Q. How do you feel playing live?
A: Playing live is the most rewarding part of being in a band.
Q. How do you describe The Dead Heir´s sounds?
A: Loose. Rabid with sex appeal.
Q: Tell us about the process of recording the songs ?
A: We set up a bunch of mice in a warehouse and then got blackout drunk. When we woke up the EP had been recorded.
Q. Which new bands do you recommended?
A: BREVE, Luna Ghost, The Citradels, The Shabbab, Woodlock
Q: Which bands you love to made a cover version?
A: I would like it if the remaining living members of the Beatles formed a band with the remaining living members of the Who and then banged Shaun.
Q: What´s the plans for future….
A: Probably play more shows and record another batch of songs for the beginning of next year.
Q: Any parting words?
A: I will remember this, mark my words.