Next week, the ferociously catchy and efficient Philadelphia power-poppers Free Energy will self-release Love Sign, their insanely fun sophomore album. We’ve already heard a whole bunch of great songs from the LP: “Electric Fever,” “Dance All Night,” “Hangin’,” “Street Survivor,” “Girls Want Rock.” And now we get to hear the whole glorious thing; it’s streaming [...]
Free Energy’s ridiculously fun and catchy sophomore LP Love Sign is a couple of weeks away from release, and we’ve already heard a ton of songs from it: “Electric Fever,” “Dance All Night,” “Hangin’,” “Street Survivor.” But this is an entirely filler-free album we’re talking about here, so if those jams haven’t been enough to [...]
The great Philly triumph-rock band Free Energy will release their sophomore album Love Sign next month, and we’ve already heard the early tracks “Electric Fever,” “Dance All Night,” and “Hangin’.” All those songs are ridiculously catchy, and so is “Street Survivor,” the one you’ll hear below. So listen! It’s good. Love Sign is out 1/15 [...]
Free Energy, the ridiculously sharp Philadelphia band who play old-school power-pop with unmatched vigor, will release their sophomore album Love Sign early next year, and we’ve already heard the great early singles “Electric Fever” and “Dance All Night.” And now Rolling Stone has a stream of another album track, “Hangin’,” which boasts a seriously sticky [...]
Wherein the band's very mettle is tested. By glitter.
Free Energy’s video for their ferociously catchy cowbell-smacking summer jam “Electric Fever” has a simple, fun concept: The band members, goggled and enclosed in a tarp-covered room, attempt to play the song while someone offscreen blasts them with water, powder, paint, glitter, and sand. It’s all very Jackass, which works just fine for me. Brook [...]
Back in March, Free Energy dropped power jam “Electric Fever,” presumably teasing a sophomore album, but since then we haven’t heard anything from the band. We weren’t sure whether to… Read more articles like "Free Energy announce ‘Lovesign’ album, Download “Dance All Night”" on Pretty Much Amazing.
Way the hell back in March, classic-rock true believers Free Energy released the deliriously catchy single “Electric Fever.” And then nothing. I was worried that their sophomore album, the follow-up to 2010?s grievously underrated Stuck On Nothing, was trapped in some kind of purgatory. But now, we finally have some great news: Lovesign, that sophomore [...]
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: The Hold Steady, Gaslight Anthem, The Soft Pack Song: Free Energy - Electric Fever [download here] What's so good? Per my most recent Friday Five, I really like ’70s music. Per virtually 95% of the music I have reviewed for Indie Shuffle, I clearly dig elemental rock ‘n’ roll. Show More Summary
Philly retro-rock revivalists Free Energy put out one of the funniest debut albums of the last couple years with Stuck On Nothing in 2010 and they’re back in all their heavy-riffing, cowbell-playing glory with “Electric Feeling”, the first single from their upcoming 80?s pop-inspired album, Love Sign. Just as infectious and anthemic as anything from [...]
Free Energy, the band who is the feel-good, cowbell-pounding answer to the winter doldrums, has released "Electric Fever" from their upcoming album, Love Sign. Listen to it in this post.
Oh the power chords! It must be a new Free Energy song. The classic rock devotees have just released the first taste of their upcoming album, Love Sign. The album,… Read more articles like "MP3: New Free Energy – “Electric Fever”" on PMA | Pretty Much Amazing.
First listen off Love Sign.
Two years ago, Philly classic-rock revivalists Free Energy released Stuck On Nothing, an absolutely spotless and weirdly underrated album full of direct-to-the-brainpan bubblegum hooks and blazing dirtbag guitar solos. I absolutely fucking loved it. Show More Summary
Free Energy: "Electric Fever" (via SoundCloud) Stream This year, retro-rock enthusiasts Free Energy will follow up 2010's debut LP Stuck on Nothing with a new album, Love Sign. The LP was produced by John Agnello (Kurt Vile, Dinosaur Jr.), and the very-Free-Energy-titled "Electric Fever" is the first track released.