Generationals detail new album: ‘Heza’
In the three years since New Orleans four-piece Generationals dropped their debut Con Law, the group has displayed a knack for writing tight, consistent pop rock with an R&B bent that engrains itself in the listener’s frontal lobe. From the updated take on Phil Spector in “When They Fight, They Fight” to the jangling, nonchalant bounce of “Ten-Twenty-Ten”, the band’s sound is the best kind of contradiction: fresh yet familiar.
On April 2, Generationals will release their third LP Heza on Polyvinyl Records. The band recently offered up the album’s lead-off single “Spinoza,” which can be heard below. Frequent collaborator Daniel Black has returned to steer the ship as the album’s producer. Check out a complete track listing and pre-order your copy of Heza on CD/MP3/Cassette or limited edition (1/500), neon red vinyl.
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Written by Rob Peoni
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