SON OF A GUN: Self-titled: 7”

Aug 23, 2016

Son Of A Gun play punk music that you could dance to. Not run around and practice American football blocking techniques to, but actually walk up to someone and ask if they would like to cut a rug. Picture the party scenes in the 1979 film, Quadrophenia. Jangly guitars and howling backing vocals set the backdrop for really great, garage punk songwriting. This will be on heavy rotation for me. –John Mule (Lo-Fi Supply)

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