Brooklyn trio Sloppy Heads have emerged from the secret lair where they crafted their first full on, totally real, cool-as-hell LP with the help of the capable James McNew (Yo La Tengo, Dump). It’s maybe just a little sloppy, but more like loose, in a sweet and groovy kind of way. The band stopped by Serious Business Music in DUMBO, Brooklyn, to show us the new jams.
Useless Smile is available now from Shrimper Records.
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