White Russian Records have started taking pre-orders for the new album that will be out on both CD and vinyl.
The brand new album shows the band going back to the period of Endless Summer and Modern World. Catchy pop punk that is clearly inspired by the music of the 60’s. The band has matured over the years, as reflected in the album’s lyrics. Their love for music from the 60’s is clearly visible on the Bob Dylan penned track “My Back Pages“.
Singer Leenhouts comments:
“Although originally written by Bob Dylan, our version is inspired by the version of The Byrds. One of my favorite Byrds songs actually. It’s the perfect song to cover for us; three part harmony vocals, an obvious link to the music of the 60’s and a great pace to add a wall of guitars to.
Album title “Until We Hit The Shore” is obviously taken from the song of the same name, but turns out to be very autobiographic. Adds the singer who started the band in 1990 with Vincent Koreman:
“The song is written about the band on tour, having in mind that we’re trying to bring something special to the people. With complete dedication we’re trying to take our music to everyone until we reach the shore and can’t go on anymore. But all with joy and love!”
Until We Hit The Shore by Travoltas