A 11 track album dealing with hipsters, strange lands, fading youth and many other things.
Released on Tree Machine Records March 25th
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"Replacing much of the acoustic guitar from the first release with electric, Tweaker Two still feels sparse, although the sound is heavier this time around. Opening song "If/Then" is a slow-burner, building from a spare electric guitar hook and vocals that exude bitter wit through cause and effect wordplay. "Freak Me Out" sounds like Nirvana if they had grown up listening to The Zombies instead of Black Flag. The album’s closer, "They Missed It," combines intricate guitar work, cryptic lyrics, steadily building backbeats and underlying pop melodies. Tweaker Two is certainly more somber than its predecessor, however, it also showcases an artist who has learned to mature while honing his song-writing skills."
released March 25, 2013
Tree Machine Records
Heritage High Music Management
Album and Website photos by Djjeck