Geezer – One Leg Up

by | Aug 5, 2016 | Articles | 0 comments

“Although it wasn’t the original intent, the song ended up being kind of an homage to The Stooges. It’s our take on those great songs like “Loose” or “TV Eye”. The lyrics are also greatly influenced by the man himself. I just thought to myself, “What would Iggy do?”. Sing about women, cavemen and dogs… primal instincts, temptation, decadence. It’s been a staple of our live show for over a year now and it always gets the crowd moving… dig!” – Pat Harrington

Geezer is at it again, bringing the world to its knees in an epic display of rock riff worship.

Released on August 4, 2016 by Ripple Music, this simple driving groove is capable of shaking the foundation of even the most modern residential housing structures. Your neighbours are going to love this one. Turn up the volume and let them enjoy it to it’s fullest.

I really hope this single is a sneak peak of an upcoming full-length album, because if that is truly the case… this record is going to kick an insane amount of ass!


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