We’re going to be supporting San Diego’s CROCODILES on Friday, October 5th. We’re very excited about this! Go get tickets now HERE.
Today marks the release of “Salt and Pepper,” the band’s first standalone single. It features the title track and the B-Side, “I Don’t Care Anymore,” both recorded by the band at Ottopilot studios. The artwork was done with left handed crayon and photograph by Michael. Download it free or pay what you want for it.
We’ll be playing an all ages show Saturday July 14th at Beat Kitchen w/ two of our favorites, Mars Argo and The Orwells! I can’t actually tell you how fun this show will be, because i don’t know how to. It starts at 5:30PM and it’s like, really awesome. Here’s the two other groups, they’re like, our favs man.
We’re plum tickled to announce that we’ll be supporting The Black Belles (Third Man Records) at their May 31st Empty Bottle Show. If you haven’t heard this White-produced, all girl horror garage quartet, you probably should go check it out now. Warning: This show may include a personal seance/excorsism (upon request) with ticket price.
Note: Stephen Colbert and Jack White will most likely not be at the show. The cat, however, most likely will attend.
Get tickets HERE before they sell out.
Video for ‘Salt and Pepper’ from the forthcoming debut LP from Michael Lux and the Bad Sons.
Directed by John Gagen and Michael Lux
Shot and edited by John Gagen
Conceptualized by Kristen Ostrowski, John Gagen, and Michael Lux
Were very honored to have been included in The Deli Magazine’s top ten emerging acts, tied alongside some great friends like The Steepwater Band, Mutts, and The Sweeps! Very cool, thanks Deli.
In other news, we are about to announce details for our February Empty Bottle show, and we’ll have our debut Music Video up in ONE WEEK! You’re gonna love it, it’s got men, and women, and fog, wine, suspense, automobiles, cigarettes, glitter, holy shit!
Woooo! First of all, we want to SERIOUSLY thank all the kids that came out to sell out the Beat Kitchen. That was awesome. The Boys have been busy building a recording studio, recording their upcoming debut LP, and shooting their first music video, for an upcoming single, “Salt and Pepper.” The video is very dreamy indeed, and completely self-made, written, and manifested in collaboration with Filmmaker John Gagen and artist Kristen Ostrowski. We’ve got a few pictures with more to come. Look out for the video at the beginning of January.
super excited to debut the group next week! We go on at 8PM sharp so arrive early. It’s 18+. We now present a few convincing somethings regarding next weeks engagement: