well all of this talking made us sick, proclaims joey siara of the henry clay people. clearly preferring to let their music do the talking, the band has a hard-earned reputation as “the most intoxicated band in austin” for their chaotic and high energy shows. this november, their new lp for cheap or for free will be out on autumn tone records, an album that’s such rolling, raucous fun you’d be forgiven for thinking it was recorded live. in “rock and roll has lost its teeth”, the band saunters down the shady lane of their old pavement records, leaving the loose ends flailing in the wind, but always sober enough to pull the slack and tie things back neatly together. that rock and roll sensibility is precisely what makes this song and the whole album for that matter such a disarming and engaging experience.
for cheap or for free will be released on november 4 on autumn tone records. be sure to get your copy then!