This is what I call “surf ‘n turf”.
Legato Vipers‘ scorching hot instrumental surf rock is both a throwback to the classic 60s sound, and a throw down to any and all who want to take them on in a head-to-head guitar riff-off.
Thrilling audiences live for the last for the last few years, Mike Brooks, Tyler Belluz (both of Del Bel), Jordan Howard (The Magic, Jim Guthrie band), and Jay Anderson (Biblical) recently laid down a live off the floor debut full length album, LV, that will be out a week today on Psychic Handshake/Missed Connection Records.
The video for LV‘s first single, “Gangly Dancer”, premieres on Quick Before It Melts today and it’s a groovy, retro-recycled doozy that will make you want to dance “with an air of delicate grace”. If it turns you on to Legato Vipers’ trash can surf rock stylings, you’ll be happy to know that a limited number of LV sea-foam green vinyl copies come hand-wrapped in a tough guy leather-bound jacket collectible sleeve, along with your more traditional digital and CD formats.
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