October 07, 2020

Leslie Pereira & The Lazy Heroes: Good Karma

Leslie Pereira & The Lazy Heroes have mastered the art of turning punk and garage rock into a heady mixture of upbeat songs. Their new album Good Karma is a throwback to the sound of the early Sixties: melodic, catchy and filled with references to their musical forebears, with the riff of Eddy Cochrane's Somethin' else in In My Backyard as the most obvious example. Looking back to the early years of rock 'n' roll has been done before by bands like Blondie, Ramones and the Runaways, but the enrhousiasm of this quartet is hard to resist.

It's not all fun and rainbows - Slip is about a relationshop going South - and they are not above writing a putdown song like Race Car (albeit with tongue-in-cheek lyrics). Burt first and foremost Good Karma is about having a good time with floor-fillers like the title track, Hot Tamale and Time To Rock. Leslie Pereira & The Lazy Heroes want the world to dance and with an album like this resistance futile.

Leslie Pereira & The Lazy Heroes:
Leslie Pereira: guitar, vocals
Rob Lontok: bass
Jeff Page: drums
Paula Venise: percussion, vocals

Leslie Pereira & The Lazy Heroes: Good Karma

Good Karma is released via Big Stir Records. Release date: October 10.

Tracks:
  1. Good Karma
  2. If I Could
  3. In My Backyard
  4. Hot Tamale
  5. Slip
  6. Chrome
  7. Time To Rock
  8. So Hard
  9. Race Car
  10. I'm Waiting
  11. Not To Me
  12. Coraline (Where Are You)

» esliepereiraandthelazyheroes.com

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