Like a 60s spy-movie theme blasting through an aluminum-siding-covered one-car garage, The Love Me Nots do fuzzy, farfisa-drenched spy rock like it's 1968 again. Only louder this time.
Look for the single "Give Em What They Want" on Little Steven's comp, The Coolest Songs In The World Vol 8.
Reviews of DETROIT:
"Stunningly feverish. Disc of the Month." - Rolling Stone (France)
"Top 10 Albums of 2008 - makes the hair stand up on the back of your neck." - B. Holmes, Village Voice (NYC)
"The Love Me Nots sound tough and grimy as all get out." - Billboard
"Turns a garage schtick into white heat." - SPIN
"They play as if their next gig is an acid-test with Grace Slick. Check em out." - J. Waters, NBC Sports Blogs
"Top 10 Albums of 2008." - G. Beets, The Austin Chronicle
"One of the few garage revivalists that ranks with its storied influences." - LA Weekly
"Coolest song in the world." - The Underground Garage, Sirius Radio
"If their gospel is 'give em what they want', then this is brilliant." - BBC Radio