The Biters - "Melody For Lovers" MP3 (PopMatters Premiere)

by PopMatters Staff

27 August 2010

Atlanta's the Biters specialize in the catchy sort of guitar power pop that lit up AM radios in the '70s. Think Cheap Trick, the Knack, Big Star and T-Rex.
 

Atlanta’s the Biters specialize in the catchy sort of guitar power pop that lit up AM radios in the ‘70s. Think Cheap Trick, the Knack, Big Star and T-Rex. Their infectious, punky tunes are being released through a series of EPs on the band’s own label, Underrated Records. “Melody For Lovers” will appear on an EP releasing next week and there will be yet another EP in the fall. The Biters are also big fans Motown, ‘60s pop and Stiff Records and believe in the power of the perfect three-minute pop single. As such, they have no immediate plans for a full length album and will be staying on the singles path, focusing their energies on nuggets of ear candy.

 

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