Pre-order of State of Excess. The moment the album is released you'll get unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
releases 29 December 2015
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Sha La La
Light and Sound
Bondage of Self
State of Excess
Don't Know Why
Bowels of Time (First Movement)
Work to Get By
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The Lash Outs have returned to the studio and once again enlisted Stephen Egerton (Descendents, ALL, FLAG) to engineer and produce their third full length album, "State of Excess."
Building on the songs of "Elation and Shame," Dallas's own return with another energetic, literate set loosely based on DFW's current socioeconomic status. Don't worry - the Lash Outs don't take themselves seriously enough to release an album based on their politics (or lack thereof). Nor would they expect or want anyone to care about them. Instead, these songs merely express a common dude's observations of consumerism and spoiled young people paired with the familiar themes of fear, anxiety, and social ineptitude.
Musically, some have commented that the Lash Outs have come into their own as songwriters with this new batch of catchy numbers. While still borrowing from their punk, power pop, and early rock and roll influences they have also incorporated more hard rock riffage and flirtations with heavy metal into their songs. Other creative ideas seem to have (deceivingly) appeared out of thin air. When all of these elements come together, the Lash Outs create a fun and sometimes unpredictable listening experience.
- Pre-order the album now to help fund the completion of the album!
- All pre-orders will receive exclusive early download of the first single.
- All pre-orders will receive digital download code one week before the album is officially released.
- All pre-orders are entered into a drawing to win one of ten free Lash Outs t-shirts.
releases December 29, 2015
All songs were written and performed by The Lash Outs with assistance from Stephen Egerton.
Recorded and mastered by Stephen Egerton.
Produced by Stephen Egerton and The Lash Outs.