Lucky Scars don’t have a pretentious bone in their entire being. Â They make fist-pumping rock and roll with high production value, a seemingly rare breed of guitar music these days for up-and-comingÂ groups. Â If you love stadium-ready rock from the likes of The Foo Fighters and Green Day and like to inch your way to the front of the stage with a High Life in each hand, Lucky Scars are your newest vinyl shelf companions.
The EP has some heavy hitters manning the instruments as well as the controls here, and you can feel that experience in every bass thump in your throats. Jon Bunch (Sense Field/Further Seems Forever/Reason To Believe) and Nik Hil (ex-Ingite) are making the magic. Â Meanwhile, Jim Monroe, the producer behind artists like CJ Ramone and The Adolescents,Â has teamed up with Stephen EgertonÂ (The Descendents/Flag).
Spartan Records has the EP on 3 different 7″ colorways. Â The rarest is the red wax, but if you like your vinyl a bit more exotic, try the tri-color pictured above. Â What a beaut, eh? Â Check out some of the tracksÂ below and get amped.
First pressing limited to 500 copies:
â€˘ Clear with Red, Blue, and Yellow Splatter (250)
â€˘ Red/Blue/Black Tri-Color (150)
â€˘ Red (100)
Four panel fold-out insert printed on uncoated stock.
All orders a high-quality download of the Rock and Roll Party Foul EP.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive