Heyrocco Teenage Movie Soundtrack on LP
After making waves at home and abroad last year, US three-piece Heyrocco, continue to win fans on both sides of the pond with their infectious mix of grunge-pop. The band are now set to unleash their stunning debut album Teenage Movie Soundtrack. The album is a perfect marriage of grungy angst and bubblegum pop. Teenage Movie Soundtrack lends itself as much to the A-List radio airwaves as it does to the grimy basements in which these tracks were written. Already being compared to the likes of Nirvana, Pavement, The Cure and Mudhoney, the album is packed to the rafters with gargantuan choruses, sludgy guitar hooks, and boasts stellar made-for-radio melodies.
From the slushy, yet happy Weezer-esque opener "Loser Denial," to the sleazy, chugs of "Melt" and "Mom Jeans," to the grunge-laden tracks "Virgin" and "Happy," right down to the more laid-back sounds of "Allison" and "Santa Fe (Stupid Lovesong)," the South Carolinians have produced a debut album of undeniable sonic gratification, with an abundance of mucky guitars and the vocals of singer Nathan Jake Merli sound-tracking the voice of a disheveled youth. Building on the 3-piece's ever-increasing buzz, Teenage Movie Soundtrack is set to propel Heyrocco through the roof and beyond. Their brand of 90's-inspired ‘Disney grunge' is connecting with a whole new generation of fans.