Premiere: The Woolly Bushmen harness ’50s rock ‘n’ roll sounds for “Fine”

Jeff Terich
Woolly Bushmen premiere

On May 10, Florida’s The Woolly Bushmen will release their new album, In Shambles, via Pig Baby Records. The band’s sound is a unique blend of old-school rock ‘n’ roll and surf with a fiery garage rock spirit, with an intensity and raggedness in the vein of Reigning Sound or Black Lips. And today, Treble premieres a new track from the album titled “Fine,” which is a little less raucous, and with a lot more vintage ’50s rock, pop and doo-wop sounds thrown in. It’s a fun tune, and they manage to make a very old sound seem new and refreshing. Give it a listen below.

The Woolly Bushmen In Shambles tracklist:

1. What Yer Doing To Me
2. Paid
3. Fine
4. Goin’ Out West
5. Let It Be Known
6. Weeping Eyes
7. Dense
8. I Pushed You
9. Little Bit of Life
10. The Noose
11. Fire Tonight

The Woolly Bushmen tour dates:

5/22 Charlotte, NC @ Oso Skate Park
5/23 Philadelphia, PA @ The Tusk
5/24 New York, NY @ Hanks Saloon
5/25 Cleveland, OH @ Stellas
5/26 Detroit, MI @ Outer Limits
5/27 Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle
5/28 Madison, WI @ Mickey’s Tavern
5/29 Ft. Wayne, IN @ Brass Rail
5/30 St. Louis, MO @ Sinkhole
5/31 Atlanta, GA @ Star Bar
6/1 Memphis, TN @ Bar DKDC

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