Denver’s Fast Eddy Bring Their Brand of Garage Punk ‘To The Stars’ Fast Eddy
Reviewed by Sam Lowry

Denver’s Fast Eddy delivers a melodic escape from winter with their latest single “In Too Deep,” a precursor to the upcoming album “To The Stars,” blending garage punk and rock’n roll influences, promising warmth and dance-inducing rhythms.

Fast Eddy, the Mile-high rock n rollers hailing from Denver, CO, are here to rescue you from the winter blues with their latest single, "In Too Deep," a melodic escape that serves as an auditory oasis in the frosty landscape. The track, a precursor to their upcoming album "To The Stars" set to launch on March 15, 2024, is a warm and upbeat invitation to shed winter layers and surrender to its dance-inducing rhythm.

The single, rich with garage punk and a hint of glam shine, encapsulates the band's signature sound that seamlessly blends rock'n'roll and power-pop. FFO The Hives, The Hellacopters, and The Stooges, Fast Eddy has carved a niche for themselves in the music scene, drawing inspiration from the energetic roots of rock.

Beneath the cheerful veneer of "In Too Deep," lies a narrative exploring the complexities of relationships, delving into the struggle of acknowledging the desire for connection and the realization of an incompatible partner. As winter nights grow longer, Fast Eddy's latest release becomes a guide for cold hearts seeking refuge in a place where the sun never sets.

"To The Stars," produced by Tuk Smith, promises to be a milestone in Fast Eddy's discography, and with a release on Spaghetty Town Records (North America), Boulevard Trash (US), and Beluga Records (EU), their international presence is set to soar.

Fast Eddy's previous single, "Take a Look," echoes the sentiment of perseverance and validation, drawing parallels with Phil Collins' "Against All Odds." Frontman Micah Morris's reflections on the journey, self-doubt, and eventual triumph resonate through their music, infusing it with sticky rock n' roll energy that captivates and uplifts. As we eagerly await the arrival of "To The Stars," Fast Eddy continues to solidify their place in the rock landscape, offering a refreshing and anthemic antidote to the winter chill.

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