If bands like Foo Fighters, Weezer, and Pearl Jam are considered the last generation of guitar-based rock, then Noiseheads are the next generation’s exception. The trio has built a devoted and passionate underground following among fans of old-school garage rock. In the process, they attracted a lot of attention from many prominent figures in the music industry, sharing line-ups with the likes of Collective Soul, Fuel, K.Flay and The Psychedelic Furs.
The new single, “Sorry,” is the first tune that the band tracked with Lincoln Parish (ex-Cage the Elephant) and his assistant engineer Jordan Logue. It was the easiest song to record because of how simple and punchy it is. In terms of songwriting, this track set the tune for the rest of the material that Noiseheads have recorded over the past couple of years. The song comes from their upcoming EP, which will be released on July 29th.
This song is about how on the surface, an apology can sound genuine, but within the context of the song, you walk away understanding that this person who’s the subject is a narcissistic piece of sh*t that’s framing the situation in their mind in a way to feel better about themselves.
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