Debut release from Laissez Faire Club Records is the second single from Brighton's Ice Black Birds, "As Birds We'd Be Fine". It's a slice of blues fueled, anthemic indie rock fit for the summer festival season, and has already been championed by Huw Stephens on Radio 1 as well as Steve Lamacq and Tom Robinson on 6Music.
The flip side is live favourite "Doors", a highly charged rock 'n' roll riot all over in two-and-a-half minutes - like they used to make in the good old days.
Fans of Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Rolling Stones, Kings Of Leon, White Denim and The Black Keys will love this.
"Like The Doors if they’d swapped taking acid in the desert for writing coherent rock songs. From Brighton, this band has the anthemic chops to be serious contenders." – Jaimie Hodgson (NME Breakthrough)
""I love love love the things that you do," sings, nay croons, Sam Denniston, and I boomerang that sentiment right back at them. “As Birds We’d Be Fine” is nothing short of fantastic, and could very easily turn into one of my favorite songs of the year." – Les Enfants Terribles Blog
"Recalling Aha Shake Heartbreak era Kings Of Leon, "As Birds" sounds like a festival favourite in waiting." – XYZ Magazine
Also available from:
Insound (US): bit.ly/fhuzeT
Flake Records (JP): bit.ly/j14jLt
The Stone Records (JP): bit.ly/dCkfxo
Jet Set Records (JP): bit.ly/k3Hfg9
released 14 June 2010