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Londale releases highly impressive debut album
(Published: May 25, 2017)

"I know I made some mistakes, babe," Willy Collins sings on "Hey," the opening track on AM/FM. It's a song about second chances, delivered with maximum crunch and roll by guitarist Joshua Lee Hammond.

Such an opening rave-up would give anyone the first impression of Collins' new band Londale joining the extended family of garage revivalists but there's much more versatility to this group than that.

"Time to Leave" recalls the dreamy pop of the Ocean Blue, its surface prettiness as far from bar-band noise as it gets. "Love's Bitter Mystery" is melodic pop/rock in the vein of Sting and the Police; it's a lighter-raising ballad which has that is sung and played with passion, surely sweeping its listeners off their feet. Hammond delivers sizzling riffs here.

"Wait," as the title suggests, is about patience and endurance. Dedication and persistence is the main message of the track. "Time on the Moon" features a superb arrangement that puts the band on another level, adding a psychedelic undertow.

Every cut has its own story, perhaps taken from Collins' own experiences, a journey of busted amps and broken hearts.

(Londale will be having a CD release party at White Oak Music Hall in Houston, TX on Friday, May 26.)

More Information: https://londalemusic.com

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