Plymouth Rock

by The Shang Hi Los

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"A Thanksgiving smash!"

"The latest smash hit from a foursome that is quickly becoming one of my favorite bands out there." - Lord Rutledge

"A '70 Hemi Cuda has nothing on this Plymouth! This one Rocks!" - Boris "The Secret Weapon" Boden

"This is a throwback punky power pop tune that totally hits the sweet spot for me. The guitars pack a serious punch, the melodies are undeniable, and D’Angora totally crushes the vocal! With its sing-along hook "We were young/And didn't belong", this is an anthem that will strike a chord even with folks who have no personal connection to Boston." - Faster And Louder

"The Shang Hi Lo's grace us with a brand new tune for Thanksgiving! This band never disappoint and the lyrics are SO AMAZING. Put a smile on my face on a gloomy November day." - Ralph J Rivera, The Switchblade New Wave

"Plymouth Rocks! This year, I am grateful for The Shang Hi Los and the way they can always satisfy my musical taste buds. Second helpings are mandatory. This feast is best served loud!" - "Boris" Boden (aka The Secret Weapon on Woody Radio)

"This fucking smokes!!!" - Scott Hudson, The Ledge

"I LOVE this! I LOVE LOVE LOVE The Shang Hi Los!!" - Kristen Eck, Bumblee Bee Radio

"Having your cake and eat it to is an impossibility in real life but not when you're a fan of Watts, The Dents and The Shang Hi Los. Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy." - WoNo Blog

"‘Plymouth Rock’ is everything you’d hope for and more. From the opening burst of handclaps and semi-punky guitar riff, the band draws heavily from the Class of ’79, throwing their listeners back to a skinny tie past with a genuine force, even before the vocal arrives. When the vocal finds its place, Jen D’Angora sounds bigger and better than before, delivering huge syllables with a very distinctive curl. As the track progresses, it’s compliment of ringing guitar work and massive melodies cements the band’s place among the best of the newer bands, and between a very retro guitar solo and muscular bass work (courtesy of The Neighborhoods’ Lee Harrington) helping to push everything ever forward, it’s a definite feel-good hit. By the time you’ve reached that crucial make or break third play, D’Angora’s vocal hook is pretty much guaranteed to make an indelible impression." - Real Gone

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released November 5, 2021
Jen D'Angora: Vocals Guitar
Dan Kopko: Vocals Guitar
Lee Harrington: Bass
Chuck Ferreira: Drums

Written by D'Angora / Kopko
Mixed and Mastered by Pat DiCenso
Jen's vocals and Lee's bass recorded by Ed Riemer
Chuck's drums recorded by Benny Grotto at Mad Oak Studios

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Rum Bar Records Boston, Massachusetts

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

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