Frick are a lo-fi garage pop punk band from a bedroom closet in Salt Lake City, Utah. The band have…
False Heads Reveal New Single And Video ‘Twenty Nothing’
False Heads have announced that they will give their debut album “It’s All There But You’re Dreaming” a physical re-release on 21st January on limited edition ‘vinyl effect’ CD, containing two additional tracks, and limited edition ‘silver vinyl’. The band have also revealed that Joe Cross (The Courteeners) has reworked ‘Twenty Nothing‘ into a hook laden modern classic, think Queens Of The Stone Age and Pixies with a bit of Ramones thrown in for good measure.
“It’s All There But You’re Dreaming” can be pre-ordered on CD and vinyl here
You can stream ‘Twenty Nothing‘ here and check out the video below
Twenty Nothing was written with a despondent and almost nihilistic feeling towards the world and yourself as you go through your twenties; a difficulty to relate to other people in an increasingly tribalistic world where religious thought is encouraged and rewarded, even for the non-religious. I wrote it comparing the similarities between the inner struggles and the outer struggles of the UK and the world. The world felt like it was tearing itself to pieces at the same time I was.