Thanks to the inexplicable popularity of my Submit Music page, I always have a digital backlog of albums, EPs, singles and videos awaiting my perusal. Here’s another recent winner. And if you’ve got something I need to hear, send it my way. If I think you’re half as good as you think you are, I just might include you next time.
HOME BASE: Leeds, U.K.
THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Weekend Recovery are no strangers to hard graft and honing their musical skills with a hectic tour schedule. False Company is a comment on how life is full of people and situations in which false friendships and relationships are thrust upon you for personal gain or agenda. Weekend Recovery have (well, until 2020…) toured non-stop since inception in 2017. The album False Company was crowdfunded by fans of the band. The album was produced by Ed Heaton and mastered by Joe Fisher of Rainy Daze Recording.”
MY TWO CENTS: More sharp hooks than a meat locker, more riffs than a Rock ’n’ Roll High School costume ball, more punch than a Golden Gloves tourney and more attitude than a mini-van of Karens.