South Carolina three piece Heyrocco have launched a video for their forthcoming single 'Elsewhere', due for release on February 23rd 2015 through the label Vital Music Group. They'll be unveiling a new album called 'Teenage Movie Soundtrack' this coming summer.
The video, shot with a particularly retro vibe and exaggerated colour, sees the band performing against an ever-changing backdrop - and occasionally playing with a remote control helicopter. The band ooze with unrelenting charisma in their slightly lazy performance style, and the song is an appropriately 90s grunge flavoured track with angst ridden lyrics, up tempo guitar hooks, catchy verses and the occasionally cheeky vocal hiccup.
Heyrocco; who are the awesomely named vocalist and guitarist Nate Merli, bassist Christopher Cool and drummer Taco Cooper; released an EP entitled 'Mom Jeans' late in 2014 having been playing together for five years. During the winter of last year, they performed across the UK including sold out shows in London, and they are set to hit the Silverlake Lounge in Los Angeles on February 24th 2015, following the release of 'Elsewhere'. The track has already gained support from the likes of Danielle Perry on her Xfm Evening Show and Phil Taggart on BBC Radio 1.
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