An intoxicating cocktail of Maximum Mod Psych from Las Vegas, NV.
“From the jangling, fuzzy guitar licks to the vintage mod aesthetic, The Laissez Fairs feel like the closest thing Las Vegas has to an actual time machine.” – Las Vegas Weekly
“You’d be forgiven for mistaking almost any of the tracks for an unjustly forgotten 1960s psychedelic nugget.” – REBEAT Mag
Remember The Steppes? John Fallon (from The Steppes) is in this exciting new band with studio addict, Joe Lawless. Think The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Bowie, The Kinks, Pink Floyd, T-Rex, The Monkees. Electric Acid Dandies for Neo-Edwardians throughout The Empire... invite them to your next SHINDIG!
"The Laissez Fairs are set to unleash their most focused studio attack..."EMPIRE OF MARS". John Fallon and Joe Lawless have carefully crafted a most unique listening experience...the songwriting...the playing...the singing...and most certainly the production will hijack the listener to a better world.....a better trip...a better everything...you dig? For lovers of The Beatles....late '60s Who, Stones, Kinks, Byrds, Pink Floyd......The Laissez Fairs have landed and are looking for action...beyond the studio...and on a stage near you!!!"
released February 2, 2018
John Fallon: vocals, guitars, bass, drums
Joe Lawless: vocals, 12-string guitars, keyboards
Tim Gilman: guitar
Dale Gilbert: percussion
Chris Glaser: drums
Brian Gathy: bass (track 3)
Blue: drums (track 7)
Barnaby Gallagher: sitar (track 4)
tracks 1,3,5,6,8 written by John Fallon, Podgeman Melodies, BMI
tracks 2,4,7,9,10 written by Joe Lawless, BMI
Photography by Sandy Fleming
Produced by John Fallon and Joe Lawless at LAWLESS NOISE AND VISIONS, Las Vegas
Rum Bar Records is turning into one of the absolute best labels for real rock and roll these days, if you haven't gotten hip to that trip. It's the boss sound from the Boss-town." - Bill Kelly, Bill Kelly's Teenage Wasteland WFMU
Nick Piunti's third album confirms the idiosyncratic talent of this musician who keeps churning out fantastic power-pop tunes that would rejoice even the most jaded pop-rock fan, whether young or old, if they knew about the existence of 'Beyond the Static'. POPPHIL