Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Black Lips offer 'Justice For All'

Posted By on Wed, Feb 12, 2014 at 6:01 PM

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Not all is dreadful on this frigid afternoon: Earlier today, Atlanta's garage punk crown jewels Black Lips released their latest single, "Justice For All." It's the second offering from the group's upcoming Underneath the Rainbow LP (VICE Records), due out March 18.

Part of the album was recorded in Nashville with Patrick Carney of the Black Keys, resulting in a noticeably deeper dive into the group's drawling country roots, as heard on the previous single, "Boys In The Wood." On "Justice For All" the band summons forth a kick-in-the-head rock effort that re-ups its Southern lineage and punk backgrounds.

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