White Denim – I Don’t Understand Rock And Roll

Both veterans of the Austin music scene, James Petralli (vocals, guitars) and Steve Terebecki (bass) formed White Denim in 2005. After several line-up changes, they are still the core members of this freewheeling indie rock combo. Their hard-hitting sound with crunchy guitar riffs and frantic energy draws from psychedelic/garage rock, punk, funk, jazz, blues, and prog rock influences. If you like bands such as The Black Keys, please read on!

From 18 March till 17 April, White Denim wrote, recorded, mixed and mastered a full-length album in 30 days. The band’s performances were recorded in their own Radio Milk studios, while all other contributors recorded themselves in their homes while quarantined. World As A Waiting Room is their 10th album. It is for sale via Bandcamp already, but can not yet be found on streaming platforms.

Ahead of a widespread release, White Denim put out a good old-fashioned double A side single. It features the track Work, but I Don’t Understand Rock And Roll is my absolute favourite. Boy, do these guys understand rock and roll!

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