The cover art gives it away: this release is influenced by the British invasion, pop art, freakbeat, power pop and Pebblesque garage rock. And that’s the way it sounds: like one of the great bands from the American garage teen scene of the 60s. The second EP by Spanish five-piece Los Giros – Iván F. aka Dr. Watson (vocals, guitar), Asencio Ortíz (guitar), Raúl Pardo (drums), Alessandro Riondato (bass), and Desmond Stroud (Farfisa organ) – consists of four raucous songs that have everything that makes this genre so great. The opening track stands out, after which El Viejo Bar picks up on the pandemic, Vales Poco Para Mí is a cover version of Los Flecos, and Sin Ti is a worthy closing tune.
Se Que Es Verdad is out now digitally and on 7″ vinyl through Family Spree Recordings.
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