NEW EP RELEASED TODAY VIA BLEEPMACHINE
& UK SHOWS THIS WEEK
Glorious 60s-influenced surf-rock” – Guardian
“Sounds like all the best bands from the 60s summer of love” – NME
“A stomping brand of wit-laden drone pop” – Q Magazine
“A rapturous, joyous blend of psych and pop” – Clash Magazine
Bosco Rogers’ new summer sunshine soundtrack ‘French Kiss’ is now represented in video form thanks to director by Fabien Leroy.
The new track, that leads their self titled EP released today via Bleepmachine Records, is a track about pessimistic optimism from a hopeless romantic. It’s a song about beautiful mistakes, small town love affairs, drinking too much, being a hot mess, saying the wrong thing at the wrong time, missed opportunities and the fatalistic nature of love.
Song writers Barthélémy Corbelet and Delphinius Vargas are on the road with a crew of cranks, straifs and waifs this week to deliver their barrage of sun-scorched tracks from the French Kiss and debut Googoo EPs. Enjoy a night of upbeat 60s psychedelia fueled by their signature fuzzed-out dirty guitar sound at the following shows:
Monday 27th April, Jack Rocks @ The Joker, Brighton
Tuesday 28th April, Stuntfox @ Aces and Eights, London
Saturday 25th July, Wonk-Fest @ The Dome, Tufnell Park, London
The French Kiss EP can be downloaded now from https://itunes.apple.com/album/french-kiss-ep/id978928560