Posted on July 26, 2010 - by Editor
From Jerry Lee Lewis to At The Drive-In, via The Stooges and The Sex Pistols, there is a lineage of rock and roll bands united by the same primeval energy and visceral power.
Hailing from Wigan, a quartet called The Suzukis, are creating a mighty storm that taps into this same raw, primal aggression and marks them out as one of the most exciting new bands to reignite people’s faith in rock and roll. It’s been a long time coming, but The Suzukis may just be the first new British group for a long while for the disaffected youth to embrace. A band that matches the sullen boredom and nihilistic pent-up anger of battered, small-town Britain with a fistful of big anthems.
Released on July 26th through Deltasonic, ‘Reasons For Leaving’ is The Suzukis’ second single to be released and is taken from the bands’ debut album due out later this year.
Just like their debut single, ‘Built In’, ‘Reasons For Leaving’ is a song born out of dead-end jobs and tough times. The anger and adrenalin so lacking in many other bands, positively bursts from the speakers when listening to The Suzukis. Their tracks swagger with barbed, punk menace and choruses that batter their way into your head.
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