With a couple of modern rock radio staples behind them (such as the smash, “Bound For The Floor,” off of their second album, As Good As Dead) Local H is back with a 14-song assault entitled, Whatever Happened To PJ Soles?, set for release on April 6th.
Featuring Scott Lucas on vocals/guitar, Brian St. Clair on drums, plenty of hooks and of course, an abundance of Lewisâ€š acerbic wit and wry observations, Whatever Happened To PJ Soles?, finds the Chicago two-piece sounding better than ever.
Tracks such as “California Songs,” “Dick Jones,” “Everyone Alive,” “PJ Soles,” (named after the forgotten 70â€šs/80â€šs star of flicks such as Rock and Roll High School, Carrie, Stripes, etc.) and the 10-minute plus epic, “Buffalo Trace,” seamlessly meld Local Hâ€šs classic and indie rock influences into one tasty slab of noise.
Whatever Happened To PJ Soles? was produced by Andy Gerber (Caviar, Sullen) and marks the debut release for NYC-based Studio E Records.
Local H has announced the first dates on their spring tour which kicks off in Sullivan, IL on April 7th. The jaunt includes a CD release show at Chicago’s, The Metro, on April 9th and a stint on this year’s Asbury Park Skate and Surf Festival on April 18th.
Local H On Tour:
April 7- Sullivan, IL- The Temple
April 9- Chicago, IL- The Metro – CD Release Show!