60s infused garage rock ‘n’ roll band Velvet Starlings release their new single ‘She Said (She Said) today on all digital platforms via Golden Robot Records.
A rambunctious and raucous garage rock anthem, ‘She Said (She Said)’ is the third and latest track from their debut album Technicolour Shakedown.
The song is rooted in the 60s, with a signature Doors style organ riff, then quickly taking a left turn into a frenzied “beach fuzz” garage punk territory.
It tells a youthful tale of instant attraction, coupled with the excitement, energy and adrenaline of “cutting a rug” on the sweaty dance floor of a California house party, ‘till the morning sun rises over the crystal blue water.
Hailing from Los Angeles and the beach cities of Southern California, Velvet Starlings are becoming a staple in the blossoming neo psychedelic garage rock scene on the West Coast of the USA, with several tours under their belt, internationally and across the country.
The band was founded by young lead singer, guitarist and organ player Christian Gisborne and rounded out by brothers, drummer Foster Poling and bassist Hudson Polling, with the new addition of long time school friend Ashton Minnich on second guitar.
Previous singles from the band are ‘Back Of The Train’ and ‘Technicolor Shakedown’ – And you can watch video clips for all those tracks here at RAMzine.
You can order ‘She Said (She Said)’ here.