“Seattle trio Night Beats have gained considerable critical recognition for their brand of psychedelic R&B music, shown off to fine effect on their latest album, ‘Who Sold My Generation’, out Jan. 29th on Heavenly Recordings. Fans of the band compare them to the 13th Floor Elevators at their ‘69 peak, as well as BRMC and Black Angels.”
‘No Cops’ is the bands first single from their forthcoming album ‘Who Sold My Generation.’ The single is released on a 7″ this Friday featuring a new track, the B-side ‘Vultures.’
“Blackwell’s guitar sounds like a peyote vision feels like, all layered swirls and fuzzed out reverb. Vocally, he brings to mind the pinched style of The Cave Singers’, only with a more breathless vibrato.” — Consequence of Sound
‘No Cops’ is a dirty-as-hell pieces of blues-driven psych, reminiscent of T-Rex at their preening best yet filtered through the haze of a bad trip.” — Clashmusic.com
The band release ‘Who Sold My Generation’ on January 29th.
“Toxic neo-psych from Texas…Their third album pulsates in glorious obliviousness to all interim ‘developments’ in rock.” — Q ★★★★
“Who Sold My Generation is bathed in a warm fuzz perfected in 1966 yet fizzes with a 21st century attitude too.” — MOJO ★★★★
“Night Beats deliver a confident third album that, from the opener, ‘Celebration #1’ enfolds the listener in a potent ambience.” – Shindig ★★★★
The band kick off their European tour in Dublin on January 21st and conclude in Amsterdam on February 22nd.