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Matthew Logan Vasquez. EveryThing I Do Is Out

Matthew Logan Vasquez. EveryThing I Do Is Out

If you happen to like indie rock performed by real bands, and you catch yourself listening to a mixture of The Vaccines, Kasabian, Dead Weather and Arctic Monkeys more often than not, you should keep an ear out for Matthew Logan Vasquez, the front man of Delta Spirit and one-third of the super-group Middle Brother’s upcoming new single Everything I Do Is Out. 

Inspired by the sonic nonconformity of The Black Keys and The Raconteurs Everything I Do Is Out showcases the lo-fi rock raver-cum-primal stomp-like energy from start to finish. Compromise- what’s that? Take it easy- what for? No no no, this track is certainly not about keeping anything in, but letting yourself go to the sound of the still much alive rock’n’roll.

 The speaker-blowing vocal abilities of Vasquez, hinting slightly at the style of Dan Auerbach and Cold War Kids, are complimented well against his guitar-driven idiosyncratic flourishes… And when he sings, he manages to channel highly addictive levels of drive and determination at the same time.

Everything I Do Is Out is a brilliant introduction to the upcoming new album, and it will be out for sale and download on the 19th February via DevilDuck Records.

 UK  Tour dates (* with Nathaniel Rateliff):

 06.03. London – The Islington

07.03. Brighton – Concorde 2*

09.03. Bristol – O2 Academy*

10.03. Manchester – The Ritz*

11.03. Glasgow – 02 ABC*

12.03. Dublin – Olympia*

13.03. Dublin – Olympia*

Returning in May for The Great Escape

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