Heavy Cream : Danny

If Those Darlins are the kinda Tennessee gals that tipped cows, went road-trippin’, drank moonshine, and listened to Waylon Jennings and Jason and the Scorchers, then Heavy Cream are their garage-rock sisters that smoked cigarettes in the bathroom, made out under the bleachers, and listened to The Stooges and Jay Reatard. Each band has a dude in the fold, but who really cares, amirite?! OK, OK, just kidding, bros.

Nashville’s Heavy Cream explode with fast, short, exuberant bursts of garage rock. Their new album Danny was released on Infinity Cat Records (home of JEFF the Brotherhood and the album was produced by Jake Orrall) on August 24th.

MP3 : Heavy Cream – Watusi

Heavy Cream – 2010 Tour Dates :

Aug 26 Discoteca (w/Gestapo & Khazi) AA Chattanooga, TN
Aug 27 Pilot Light Knoxville, TN
Aug 28 Snug Harbor Charlotte, NC
Aug 30 The Box Charlottesville, VA
Aug 31 Black Cat (w/Unnatural Helpers) Washington DC
Sep 1 Union Pool (w/Boogie Boarder) Brooklyn, NY
Sep 2 Cake Shop (w/Unnatural Helpers) New York, NY
Sep 3 Flywheel (w/Sweet Apple) Easthampton
Sep 4 The Meat Locker Montclair, NJ
Sep 5 Elf Parlor North Adams, MA
Sep 6 The Rock Shop (w/Pterodactyl, Dinowalrus) AA Brooklyn, NY
Sep 7 Death By Audio New York, NY
Oct 8 Hi-Tone (w/JEFF The Brotherhood & Cy Barkley) Memphis, TN

  • sara k

    August 23, 2010 [ 1:17 pm ]

    seen ’em. they are a blast!

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