Heavy Cream June/July Tour Dates w/ JEFF/the Coathangers

By on June 14, 2012

Nashville’s Heavy Cream will be hitting the road in support of their new album Super Treatment.  The album was recorded by Eric Bauer and Ty Segall in San Francisco, and released on JEFF the Brotherhood owned-and-operated Infinity Cat Recordings.   
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Look for the band on a series of dates alongside JEFF the Brotherhood, before finishing up with headlining dates in New York.  Heavy Cream also has a mid west run of shows with the Coathangers in July and will be doing a split 7″ with the band.   
Heavy Cream on tour!
Jun. 12 – Boone, NC – Black Cat
Jun. 13 – Raleigh, NC – Berkeley Cafe*
Jun. 14 – Richmond, VA – Strange Matter*
Jun. 15 – Washington, DC – Red Palace*
Jun. 16 – Philadelphia, PA – First Unitarian*
Jun. 17 – New York, NY – Cake Shop
Jun. 18 – Brooklyn, NY – Death By Audio
Jun. 19 – Bristol, VA – Grindhouse
Jul. 11 – Columbus, OH – Ace of Cups=
Jul. 12 – Cleveland, OH – Now That’s Class=
Jul. 13 – Detroit, MI – Lager House=
Jul. 15 – Milwaukee, WI – Cactus Club=
Jul. 16 – Minneapolis, MN – Triple Rock=
* w/ JEFF the Brotherhood
= w/ the Coathangers
Praise For Heavy Cream:
“…the mostly female quartet soak their pugnacious brand of garage-rock hellfire with a thick and smelly distortion closely related to that favored by their (figurative) bros in JEFF.” – Spin
“That intensity pays off on Super Treatment, a fast-paced album that takes a page from classic ’70s bands like the Ramones and the Runaways. Recorded in San Francisco with the help of garage rocker Ty Segall on analog equipment a quarter-century old, the tracks capture the energy that the band brings with them to the stage.” – Elle
 
“The album is produced by Ty Segall, and he adds a lot of his signature rough guitar-rock sound and distortion to the record, successfully capturing more of the energy Heavy Cream creates at their live shows…” – Impose 
“Listening to garage-punk band Heavy Cream is like speeding down the highway at 100 mph: fast, exhilarating, and a little bit dangerous.” – Nylon

“Frontwoman Jessica McFarland snarls with Joan Jett- and Suzy Quatro-fashioned leather sass through impudent numbers like ” ’79,” “Prison Shanks” and “Dead Beat,” while guitarist Mimi Galbierz channels the fuzzy, shredded-denim power chords and two-note riffs of Johnny Ramone.” – Nashville Scene


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