You've met many other bands signed to the increasingley fashionable Poptones label, now, Meet the BellRays.
Let It Blast, reasled on a self-produced label, really brings home everything about garage punk-we made it ourselfs. This album holds a blend of masterpieces devised from a range inspiration, from soul, to funkadelic, to punk, conbinding them in a mass of testifying guitar tracks, such as Dark horse pigieon and Black honey. Then just as we think we've heard enough The Bellrays, grab you by the scruff of the neck and pull out a track like Fuzzhead, with a heavy bass keeping the groove, and Hendrix style guitar solos, holding you in complete funkadelic suspense for 2.08 minutes, you'll love it.
This album is one that, in all honesty, puts the British garage punk scene to shame. The Bellrays, four Maverics, here to change the garage-punk scene from something amazing, into a mass of genius.