San Francisco’s The Wrong Words get you ready for the spring with a brand new video

By on April 27, 2011

San Francisco’s The Wrong Words get you ready for the spring with a brand new video from their self-titled LP
out now on Chicago’s Trouble In Mind Records.
Geek vs. Motorcycle final verdict rendered in the video for “Wrong Again.”
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For more ridiculously sunny California fun in your speakers grab LP track “Summer’s Gone”
and check out the monkeying around video for “What Went Wrong”  
the track The Baybridged praised as a “super-catchy piece of caffeinated garage pop.”
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The Wrong Words Live
Apr 30 – The Hub – Sacramento, CA
 w/ Dreamdate
May 11 – Cafe du Nord – San Francisco, SF
 
w/ Bare Wires, Tropical Sleep
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More on The Wrong Words
For those of us who take our record collection maybe a little too seriously, it’s a comfort when a band just seems to get it. While there isn’t much left to be said about the current music scene in San Francisco, the Wrong Words have combined all of its best elements (power pop, punk and a dab of flower-psych) on this amazingly solid debut LP.  Recorded by Greg Ashley of The Gris Gris and mastered by Mikey Young of Eddy Current Suppression Ring, The Wrong Words have been referred to as a “West Coast Gentleman Jesse.” While there is no denying the Californian influence, there is a midwestern blue collar pop feel as well a’la The Scruffs or more than a few tracks off of the Yellow Pills comp. This album has pop hooks galore, great lyrics and ripping guitar work. The Wrong Words take tried and true themes such as hating your day job and letting your girl down but put their own ‘catchy as hell’ spin on them. Stick it on the turntable, but be warned, it’s going to be there for a while.


Started in Chicago in 2009 as a way to release 7″s with perfect pop songs,
Trouble In Mind have releases in excellent record stores near you from
Trouble in Mind continues to deliver on their mission to put “the emphasis back on the music and prove that the 2 1/2 minute pop song is alive and well.”
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Trouble In Mind interviews with The Onion A.V. ClubNeu Magazine and Real Big Rock Candy Mountain.
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DaveHHM

Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.

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