RedBelt | The American Mercy EP

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The American Mercy EP

by RedBelt

The American Mercy EP is filled with aggressive yet melodic tunes that spin into your ears like candy, and are jam packed with a mix of spirited, hands-in-the-air established rock, indie garage, americana and power pop sounds.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. American Mercy
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2. Bones
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3. Hard Light
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4. Got It Made
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5. Pretty Little Pieces
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Album Notes
RedBelt is a Rock 'n Roll band that careens out of Milwaukee with hooky, ear-candy tunes that gel an aggressive yet melodic sound. Guitars blister. Drums blast. Bass runs go for walks up and down the neck. And vocals cut through it all, finding their way home to shout-outs and tight three-part harmonies.

Hard-working and hard to miss, songs on The American Mercy EP were influenced and shaped by gritty radio rock, weekends in the garages, pop gems, punk idols and wide open Americana. Put it all together and some of it sounds familiar. Some of it sounds established. And some of it sounds like something you can't quite put your finger on.

The American Mercy EP is RedBelt's first official release ahead of their full length CD due out in the Fall of 2013.

RedBelt is:
Kevin Brown (vox/guitar)
Mike Mann (guitar/vox/keys)
Ricky Ganiere (bass/vox)
Jeff Holden (drums)


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