With a continual playlist featuring the likes of Rolling Stones, The Kinks, and Faces, The Booze has captured that era of mod-rock to near perfection in their song “Kick Me Where it Hurts”. With blisteringly brilliant guitar riffs and a nonchalantly cool set of vocals, this band has embodied an era where rock, in the opinion of many, was at its pinnacle. The song has the grit of the garage, the twang of the south, and a bounce to it that’s downright gripping. “Kick Me Where It Hurts” is solid through and through; this is a song that represents all that was good about rock’s heyday — when the most popular bands around actually made good music.
“Kick Me Where It Hurts” is off The Booze’s new album, At Maximum Volume on Underrated Records.
Download: “Kick Me Where It Hurts” by The Booze
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