BED WETTIN' BAD BOYS 'Rot' LP
New LP from Sydney's Best/Worst band, BED WETTIN' BAD BOYS. Joe Sukit from Royal Headache, 2 Warnocks and a Doug channel Columbus Ohio. Aus-garage-power-pop awesomeness!
"Musically, Bed Wettin’ Bad Boys haven’t budged an inch from their debut full length (2013’s Ready for Boredom, released on bassist Nic Warnock’s R.I.P. Society label). Nor should they have; they are in the (sporadic) business of writing durable, sentiment-stirring riffs, the kind that lifted the first stirrings of punk in England (see Eddie and the Hot Rods, maybe), or of the direction of power-pop that was more focused on writing worldbeaters than fixing its hair (look at the Replacements, perhaps, or Mission of Burma). Not one drop of power is wasted or lost here; raw emotions push through these tracks in songs about love, about watching the world turn, about casting off distractions and focusing on the need for human connection. We may not have much time left to say these things, before we begin to rot. This is their chance. Might be your chance as well."