Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Glamper. I discovered this Band while shuffling songs on Spotify and I liked their energetic music.
The vulgar and irreverent rock of this band immediately convinced me. It is as if the Ramones had made love to the Weezers and from this strange coupling Glamper was born.
A sincere, rough, and direct rock, with no strings attached.
These guys play the real music, the one with the instruments that exude beer and blood. You can feel that this band spent a lot of time in the rehearsal room to achieve this enviable sonic understanding.
You sense that Glampers are enjoying themselves while they play and their passion and energy are contagious.
This album is an old-fashioned work made up of songs recorded in a few takes, where there is no space for autotune and other plugins. This is all true and real.
I found no flaws in this magnificent album, a wild ride capable of awakening your most rock spirit.
Rat Race is Glamper’s Album Out Now!
Energetic and Direct!
Glamper is garage rock with a smirk and worn out VHS tape of Jurassic Park. This Nashville rock n’ roll trio assembled to empty the oceans and set fire to the five day work week. In the rubble and ashes, only Chief Keith Herndon (bass/guitar/vocals), Cory Taylor Cox (bass/guitar/vocals), and Zip Hurst (drums) would be left standing. In the aftermath, they formed a band. A three-headed dragon of greasy guitar licks, swanky bass grooves, and gut-busting drums.
Glamper’s debut album, “Rat Race” deals with everything from jaded corporate drudgery, questionable fried bologna sandwiches, an unexpected love for an ex’s beer-fetching cat, to… murder???.