Slick Shoes Return With Brand New Album "Rotation & Frequency"

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Slick Shoes are back with their first newly recorded album in over 17 years. “Far From Nowhere” marked the end of the last recorded Slick Shoes full length that saw a release in 2003 on Side One Dummy Records. The band is back and better than ever with a new full length effort titled “Rotation & Frequency” which was recorded with famed producer, Steve Kravac (Burn Out and Rusty). The album is out September 25th on Tooth & Nail Records. The first new single drops tonight at midnight and it is titled “Whispers”. You can preorder this new album in several different bundles including 2 different vinyl variants as well as CD and even Shirts, click here.

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Mark K
Mark K
July 14, 2020 3:14 pm

Love the sound here. I’ll be curious about the lyrics for the album and order after that.

July 12, 2020 2:40 am

Love the grown-up voice. The sound immidiatly turns to skatepunk in my opinion, and it looses the early-mxpx vibe. Very good development

July 12, 2020 2:37 am

Can ‘t wait!

Phil metalhed
Phil metalhed
July 11, 2020 2:37 am

Cool, xcept 4 da typical generic tnn album cova+ “band logo” font, lol.

Jacob Lincoln
Jacob Lincoln
July 11, 2020 8:59 pm
Reply to  Phil metalhed

I dunno Phil, I kinda like it… reminds me of the mid-2000s covers of T&N! Clean typography never goes out of style 🙂

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