Just in case you were in any doubt, Rock ‘n Roll is back…and it could well be here to save us all? London’s loudest outfit, The Heat Inc. return with the unapologetically catchy new single, Get Wild.
Taken from their forthcoming album Asleep In The Ejector Seat, it’s a track about the enduring power of music, an ever-ready fun machine and the occasional, evangelical necessity of letting loose.
“It’s hedonistic, heart broken and hell bent on noise.” – Jon Dodd Lead Singer
Set to be released in July, The Heat Inc.’sAsleep In The Ejector Seat is a beautiful, dark yet uplifting album designed to played at volume, with haunting melodies and a rhythm section built to un-tune the sky. Along with Get Wild, it also includes singles ‘98, Draw Blood For Proof and Little Knuckle Charlie. With a string of rave reviews behind them – and venues decimated in a plethora of high decibel, sweat drenched performances – the band look set to continue their meteoric rise to infamy.
Previous singles ’98 and ‘Draw Blood For Proof’ garnered swathes of airplay, including Deb Grant at BBC 6 Music, KEXP, Absolute Radio, Radio X; and ‘Little Knuckle Charlie’ made the cover of Mickey Bradley’s BBC Radio Ulster show.
Hailed by legendary punks, Paul Simonon and Ritchie Ramone as both “proper good” and “catchy” respectively, this is not only the salvation of Rock ‘n’ Roll you’ve been waiting for – this is why electricity was invented.
To celebrate the release of Get Wild, The Heat Inc. shall play an intimate live show at the legendary Hope and Anchor in Islington on Wednesday 26th April, followed by a set with Desperate Measures at The Water Rats in Kings Cross, on Friday 12th May. Expect a once-in-a-generation Rock ‘n’ Roll band on rocket fuel and no-one but yourself to blame should you choose not to be Incorporated…
The Heat Inc.
Jon Dodd – Vocals Marco Simoncelli – Guitar Nicholas Rigot – Bass Maurizio Vitale – Drums
“Proper Good.” – Paul Simonon
“Searing guitar licks and strident vocals.” – Larry “Ratso Sloman
“Slamming.” – Hunt Sales, Iggy Pop / David Bowie
“Just like mother used to hate.” – Jeffrey Morgan, Creem
“Perfect.” – Alain Johannes, Queens Of The Stone Age
“A stadium band.” – Tim Cooper, Louder Than War
“Pulverising.” – Gavin Martin
“Catchy.” – Richie Ramnone“Straight to the point, no messing, solid.” – Terry Edwards