Low Cut Connie

Get Out The Lotion

by Jedd Beaudoin

30 November 2011

 
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Low Cut Connie

Get Out The Lotion

(Low Cut Connie)
US: 1 Jan 2011
UK: Import

Melodic and driving, Low Cut Connie’s Get Out The Lotion recalls the easy party vibe of those loveable Faces with more than a dash of contemporary rock ‘n’ roll thrown in for good measure. “The Cat & The Cream” and “Big Thighs, NJ” speak to the former, while “Rio” tackles the latter and “Show Your Face” manages to straddle both like a tip-hungry stripper. “Lover’s Call” and “Darlin’” are evidence of a group that’s got a little more up top than it lets on. A rare band that’s equal to its hype, let’s hope we get to watch Low Cut Connie in action for a long, long time to come.

Get Out The Lotion

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