“Got a Jones to be a superhero,
rise like a phoenix, fight like DeNiro,” begins the cheeky new anthem from
Seattle power-trio, and apparent Phoenix Jones supporters, Quickie. “We
have a real life superhero patrolling the streets of Seattle. Fighting
crime. How could we not write a song about that?” asks Quickie’s lead singer
Lou Trez. “Phoenix Jones has a suit, he’s got guts, an alter-ego and a
secret hideout. But every caped crusader needs their own signature song.”
Loaded with comic book references from Fantastic Four to the X-Men (“I don’t
need my own professor X to make my brain cells or my muscles flex,”) the
song brings to mind the old Spiderman and Batman TV themes, but with louder
guitars and a punk-rock attitude.
“The song is a sincere tribute to Phoenixn Jones.”says Trez.