Muck And The Mires - Take Me Back To Planet Earth
Catalogue No.: RUM078CD
Release Date: 23rd October 2020
FFO: The British Invasion, Brille Building, Flamin’ Groovies, Barence Whitfield, The Sonics, The Fleshtones, Ramones, 60’s Garage. "Take Me Back To Planet Earth" is a vintage Muck and the Mires upbeat garage rocker that will immediately get you moving and shaking. Yet there's some real substance and cleverness to the lyrics. The song is really about feeling alienated from modern life in general, but its themes are all the more poignant at this moment that requires us to live much of our lives "virtually". If you've felt like you've been living in an alternate reality or perhaps even on another planet in recent months or years, this will be your new favorite song. The rest of the EP is currently being mixed and mastered by Jim Diamond." - Faster And Louder Buckle up and prepare yourself for a rocket trip fueled on pure power pop! Boston's garage rock ambassadors, Muck and the Mires, return with a six-song EP of brand new songs all written while the band has anxiously been waiting to take their live show back on tour around the world. On "Take Me Back To Planet Earth”, Muck and the Mires steer their space ship back to a planet earth still reverberating with guitar tones straight out of 1964, garage rock growl and a few songwriting tricks they learned from touring the world with legendary powerpoppers like The Flamin’ Groovies, and Paul Collins Beat. Concept album? We won’t go that far…but the joyful self-isolation described in "6 O’Clock Baby” contrasted with a closing track titled " Zoom Break Up” do provide perfect bookends for the remainder of these timeless songs.
Tracks : Take Me Back To Planet Earth, Six O'Clock Baby, Hey Sunshine, She Blocked My Number, He's Not The One, Zoom Break Up
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