New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Today, Neal Phillips, Quickdraw Records, announced that the band's brand spanking - new single has just hit the street.
Titled "100 Years (Need)", the song tells the tale of not looking to fall in love, but when it happened, it was there to stay.
Neal and David
Dorr, Spayed Koolie's lead singer, bring it all together with David
laying down the licks and Neal burning up the resin. When asked how the song came about, David
had this to say, “Sometimes you just draw from within yourself.
This song especially draws from what life provides, life’s lessons, the ones that let you know you are human. Every once in a while someone comes along that touches you for a lifetime, and if you're lucky enough to know it as you are going through it, you just want to sing about it.”
The Spayed Koolie back-up singer is Natasha Dealicio. The engineers on the project are Mike Walker who recorded the tracks, James
Wisner on the mixing, and Alan Douches handled the mastering duties.
Folks down their way have begun to call their music Southern Swamp Rock, and the men tell yours truly that, yep that name fits for sure. Spayed Koolie is on the rise, take a listen and see what you think.