“I Want That Girl” from Brand New Day by The Ugly Beats
from The Ugly Beats Bio, Get Hip.com
The Ugly Beats have been making a glorious, 60s garage-fueled racket for 11 years in their hometown of Austin, Texas and throughout the U.S., Mexico, Canada and Spain. The band wound the clock all the way back to 1966 before striking their first note in 2003 and has left it there ever since. A force to be reckoned with live, they have also released three terrific records on Get Hip Recordings: Bring on the Beats, Take a Stand with the Ugly Beats and MOTOR! Their new record Brand New Day will is also out on Get Hip . You MUST obey the Beats!
THE UGLY BEATS
Joe Emery Guitar/Vocals
Daniel Wilcox Guitar/Vocals
Jason Gentry Bass/Vocals
Jeanine Attaway Organ/Vocals
Bobby Trimble Drums/Vocals
It’s a brand new day with a brand new record from the Ugly Beats! Following up on the success of MOTOR!, your favorite Texas garage band has committed 12 new songs to wax, including instant hard rockin’ classics (”Brand New Day,” “Up on the Sun,” “Throw Me a Line”), hook-heavy powerpoppers (”I Want that Girl,” “Gone for Good”), and lush folk-rock (”All of the Things,” “Braced for the Fall,” “Long Row”). Includes a terrific homages to Johnny and June (Tim Hardin’s “If I Were a Carpenter”), the Buckaroos (“Beataroo”) and a revved-up cover of the Spanish folk-rock classic “Los Gusanos” (originally by Los Flecos). Awesome production by Michael Crow and super cool LP cover art by M. Guerrero and layout by Johnny Bartlett. Another tremendous record from the Ugly Beats!