That’s right. Sometimes you gotta have it. You know, the kind of music from the day of 70’s rock reminiscent of bands like Kansas, Rush, Jeff Beck, and Johnny Winter. Yea. That kind. DANIEL JAMES’ BRASS CAMEL is the drug in ‘A Long Way To Go’, and we’re now addicts.
Imagine the roar of the crowd, the long hairs slashing about, plastic beer cups crushed in the air, smiles strewn all over the dance floor – that is DJBC’s contribution and the band does it with style.
‘A Long Way To Go’ brings back the righteous and steam rolls the sentimentality of a decade long past, into them modern 21st century. The Vancouver, British Columbia (Canada) based band hits your throat with a chop and looks at you with wild eyed excitement. You’re hurriedly taken over to the ER for a checkup, where promptly after listening, you’re glowing like a golden angel. An angel who’d just seen a new way of experiencing some kick-butt music.
No fluffy words necessary.
With the vocals and the bass work that is just fabulous, all of the parts in ‘A Long Way To Go’ just clicks and works, and puts out 500 horse power like it’s meant to be.
Their self-titled debut album is available now.