Turbo Fruits - Echo Kid (new album / MP3)

by Katharine Wray

29 September 2009

 

Turbo Fruits
Echo Kid
(Fat Possum)
Releasing: 29 September

Jonas Stein, formerly of Be Your Pet, has formed Turbo Fruits who have released their new album, Echo Kid, today. To get a taste of this particular strain of garage rock, go here to download three songs and get opted in to the Turbo Fruits newsletter, which you may then immediately opt out of, if you’re not interested in having a deluge of Turbo Fruits updates delivered to your inbox.

SONG LIST
01 Want Some Mo’
02 Naked With You
03 Trouble!
04 Mama’s Mad Cos I Fried My Brain
05 On the Road
06 Hold Me
07 Get Up Get on Down (Tonite)
08 Sadie
09 Broadzilla
10 My Stupid Heart
11 Lotta Lotta Ladies
12 Dear Moses

Turbo Fruits are currently on tour with Monotonix. Dates after the jump.
  
9/29   Memphis, TN       Hi Tone
9/30   Indianapolis, IN     Murphy Building Studio B
10/1   Madison, WI         High Noon Saloon
10/2   Minneapolis, MN   Triple Rock
10/3   Chicago, IL         Logan Square Auditorium
10/4   Detroit, MI           Magic Stick
10/5   Cleveland, OH     Now That’s Class
10/9   New York, NY       Santos Party House
10/10 Brooklyn, NY       Market Hotel
10/11 Philadelphia, PA   First Unitarian Church
10/13 Washington, DC   Rock and Roll Hotel
10/14 Richmond, VA     Plaza Bowl
10/15 Raleigh, NC       Pour House
10/16 Birmingham, AL   The Bottletree
10/17 Nashville, TN       Exit/Inn

 

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