NYC punk / glam outfit Beechwood officially release new LP

NYC punk / glam outfit Beechwood officially release new LP

NYC PUNK / GLAM ROCKERS BEECHWOOD
OFFICIALLY RELEASE NEW LP, SONGS FROM THE LAND OF NOD,
OUT NOW VIA ALIVE NATURALSOUND

Check out Songs From the Land of Nod at What Youth
Stream/embed Songs From the Land of Nod LP via SoundCloud

Watch footage of Beechwood being arrested and roughed up by NYPD during a recent performance: New York Daily News
RIYL: Velvet Underground, Harlem, Bowie, Sonic Youth, Tomorrows Tulips, Smith Westerns, Foxygen

 

January 26, 2018 – What happens when an anti-social petty thief, a male hustler, and a delinquent runaway come together to join forces in the streets of NYC? One of two things, usually. Either the birth of a gang of misfit criminals, or a legendary rock & roll band. Luckily, for society’s sake, the latter has turned out to be true for Beechwood.
The New York psych / punk / glam rockers have officially released their new LP, Songs From the Land of Nod (out now on Alive Naturalsound). They recently shared their new video “Ain’t Gonna Last All Night” at Paper Magazine who wrote that the group “Have always had a talent for pulling back the curtain to reveal the dark underbelly of humanity.” Prior to the release, What Youth streamed the LP in full, calling the group “What you get when you mix the Ramones, Velvets, and BJM together in one misfit band.” Songs From the Land of Nod is out now.

Beechwood is :
Gordon Lawrence (guitar/vocals)
Isa Tineo (drums/vocals)
Sid Simons (bass)

Beechwood’s Songs From the Land of Nod – photo by Nika De Carlo.

 

“[Beechwood] have always had a talent for pulling back the curtain to reveal the dark underbelly of humanity.” – Paper Magazine
“[Beechwood] run a pretty wide gamut of scuzz from garage to glam to punk to indie that’s not that easy to date.” – Stereogum
“What you get when you mix the Ramones, Velvets, and BJM together in one misfit band.” – What Youth
“Dead set on proving that punk is alive and thriving.” – Bullett
“A breezy slice of Sweet pop that recalls the best moments of The Zombies and Beach Boys, adding element of garage and light tinges of the psychedelic.” – PopMatters 
“What a bunch of punks.” – NY Daily News

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