Suburban Chicago band The Orwells have now released their highly-anticipated sophomore album Disgraceland. The band had built up to its release by dropping songs like “Southern Comfort” and “Dirty Sheets,” and the one that really put them on the map was “Who Needs You,” but now that we got our hands on the full project we see that Mario Cuomo-fronted outfit had a lot more to offer. Continue Reading
The Orwells have unleashed a new track today and it’s a filthy awesome one. Their new song, “Dirty Sheets,” debuted on Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1’s show.
The track screams 70’s “garage” Rock (production sound and all), while singer Mario Cuomo sounds a bit like if Jim Morrison had gone Punk. I’m digging the direction this band taking for their latest project.
Hear “Dirty Sheets” below.