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The red leslies release 2nd single “Intercourse weapon”

In support of their debut LP, In White

 
 
Intercourse Weapon by The Red Leslies will be available on Spotify, Apple Music, and all other streaming platforms Jan 18th 2019. Keep in touch and follow us on social media.

Intercourse Weapon by The Red Leslies will be available on Spotify, Apple Music, and all other streaming platforms Jan 18th 2019. Keep in touch and follow us on social media.

"Artist of the Month” - Deli LA Blog

“when ‘Intercourse Weapon’ by THE RED LESLIES kicks you a new one, there’s just no going back” - Come Here Floyd

“Raw, guitar driven riffs filled with garage rock drums and Julian Casablancas type of vocals – The Red Leslies fuel this daring track with energy.” - Born Music Online

Raw, potent punk rock pushed through power pop filters. You can feel some homages here to late 70's proto punk and other punk shifts later.” - American Pancake

intercourse weapon

The Red Leslies formed in 2015, sparked by the members’ shared love of Art, Classic Records, and Iconic songwriters like Buddy Holly, Lou Reed, and Lennon/McCartney. After three years of performing and building a loyal fanbase in Southern California, they are ready to release their debut album, In White. Intercourse Weapon will be the second single off the album.

Intercourse Weapon is a motorized engine of energy, delivered in technicolor drums and dirty, transistor guitars. The punk, post-punk, and garage revival waves certainly washed over this song once or twice, leaving it with layers of inspiration that result in a nuanced texture.

“I wanted Intercourse Weapon to be a machine of energy, no matter what color or race or gender you are” says Lui, who sings, delivers all the guitars, and intertwines two excellent solos throughout the song.

“This song is like a knot of city life,” says drummer/bassist Adrian, who wanted the song to be “textured like a vhs video”. The drums are acoustic, but distort into a drum machine feel. The urgency of the chords strike immediately a-la Ramones, or The Strokes. The vocal delivery is strong, precise, and stands rooted in emotion, as it sings the incredibly danceable chorus

“I don’t care, I don’t care, anymore . . .”

 
 
 

Collectively over 25k streams on previous track Lucy

Recent Venues:

The Observatory OC

Marty’s On Newport

The Smell, LA

The Continental Room, Fullerton CA

 

For More Info on The Red Leslies, Contact:

theredleslies@gmail.com / cieloagency@gmail.com