City Slang: Johnny Headband’s album out now



Detroit trio Johnny Headband has just released its Who Cooks For You album.

It can be downloaded and streamed here, while the video for the single “And Then Again” can be viewed here.

According to a statement, “Detroit based trio Johnny Headband are back at it again, this time with their new full-length, "Who Cooks For You".  Comprised of brothers Chad and Keith Thompson (you may know Keith as the bassist for Electric Six) in addition to RGS on drums, Johnny Headband have self recorded "Who Cooks For You" employing Chad's expertise as an audio engineer and producer for their 9-tracks of off-kilter electronic pop.”

”Finding an ideal window of time and an ideal, acoustic-augmenting “living room” inside a cabin in the woods of northern Michigan, they created what would become "Who Cooks For You"–their most fully realized work–more layers, more instruments, sonic palettes and wider scopes of sensibility, a poignant and pensive new pop thing, with brass roars and dreamy surf guitars, new mellifluous vocal belts and a dazzling swirl of synth, bass and dance-inducing drums.”

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