Sunday, December 13, 2009

The American Standard

Combining the classic swagger of the 1970s with grinding garage guitars, San Francisco based band The American Standard are one of the few remaining American rock n' roll groups unafraid of playing true to the genre's roots. This is easily heard in their song Seventeen; a loud and bouncy record laced with infectious distorted vocals that mirror the golden years of Jack White and Julian Casablancas.

You can stream Seventeen below, as well as listen to more tracks from the band via their BandSoup page. The American Standard are set to release their first EP later this month. We'll keep you posted!

Listen to more tracks from The American Standard at BandSoup!
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