The Peawees are back and better than ever! With the release
of Walking The Walk - the band's fourth full-length album - we find The Peawees
cranking out more of their meaty blend of rockabilly, punk rock, classic
50's rock-n-roll, rhythm 'n blues and Italian spice. But this time
around there's a new ingredient added to the mix in the form of a heavy 60's
soul sound that has never been as forwardly present on past albums as it is here.
There's much more of an overall melancholy vibe to many
of the songs as well which the new soul sound really lends itself to very well.
Whereas The Peawees previous albums were more likely to induce
foot-stomping, fist-pumping and head-banging, Walking The Walk is likely to
get you hand-clapping, leg-slapping, gyrating and getting down with some
serious boogie-woogie moves. As is the case with all past albums by The
Peawees, the musicianship and singing on Walking The Walk are top-notch.
There isn't a band in America, Italy or anywhere else playing this style of
rock-n-roll better than The Peawees.