The Staches

Placid Faces

BJR009
Release Notes
  • Solid punk, post-punk and garage
  • Recorded in San Francisco by the one and only wizard Kelley Stoltz (Sub Pop / Third Man)

The Staches are four kids who have been making music together since they were even younger and dumber than they are now. Since they started pretending to be adults, they’ve been recording a lot and touring Europe as well as the USA. Resembling a hermaphroditic, four-hemisphered brain, The Staches compose together using their solid punk, post-punk and garage influences; they’re not afraid to pour in some prog rock or psych either. Their lyrics are belted out in english, the riffs are bold and the beat incisive. A primitive impulse makes itself felt through their music, demanding to be heard. Their last EP was released on tape by Burger Records (USA) / Gnar Tapes (USA)) in September 2015. Their new album, “Placid Faces” has been recorded in San Francisco by the one and only wizard Kelley Stoltz (Sub Pop / Third Man).