Suedehead’s “Constant Frantic Motion” out on Black Friday!

We’ve been sitting on this news for a minute, but now we can finally let the world know that we’ll be releasing Suedehead’s Constant Frantic Motion on Black Friday!

Their incredible 7” EPs were designed to one day be compiled into an LP, and here it is in all its glory, along with a bonus 3-track 7” for your listening pleasure! Simba Records and Pirates Press Records are thrilled to be helping this way overdue release finally come into the world, the way the band envisioned it many years ago.

Suedehead rose to prominence when Mike Ness heard the rough demos from Davey Warsnop, most notably recognized as former Beat Union and current Sharp/Shock, and invited Suedehead to open up for Social Distortion on a tour. Quickly pulling together a band to join Social D. on the road, Warsop signed up Greg Kuehn (T.S.O.L., Berlin), Korey Kingston (The Aggrolites, Hepcat), Nic Rodriguez (Fallborn) and Chris Bradley (The Distraction). The Orange County based mod squad called upon an eclectic background of influences including UK pub rock legend Elvis Costello, mod punks The Jam, new wave pioneer Joe Jackson as well as the UK’s Northern Soul movement and the classic sounds of Motown, but most importantly and even more obscurely, The Commitments.

Support your local record store by giving them a call to see if it will be in stock for Black Friday!