Nuclear Forehead Bio:
Now based near Seattle, Nuclear Forehead is back, finally emerging with the band's second album, "Next Flight." Recorded in fits and starts over a period of several years, "Next Flight" finds the band sounding better than ever -- not only was more time spent in the recording process, but remastering has given the songs a crisp, clean feel not found on the debut. This complements the new batch of catchy songs well -- fans should find a lot to cheer about on "Next Flight." Lead songwriter and instrumentalist Dave Gershman writes and performs the majority of the songs here, but four were cowritten by Dave and original bandmate Mick Ruzich, who takes lead vocals on "Cold Shoulder" and "Cry in the Snow," two of the CD's standout tracks. Every track crackles with energy -- old fans and new listeners alike should take quickly to the the lovesick power pop of "When You Look My Way"; the fast-moving "Know What Is Real"; the acid-tongued and slightly psychedelic "Bitter" and its rocking twin image, "Too Bad (Bitter Return)"; the spry introspection of "Telling on Myself"; and the wry acoustic stomp, "They Left at Last." To quote a reviewer on Garageband.com: "With most bands the influences are really apparent, but this is like a cocktail that got squeezed out of a bar rag and was shaken into a martini glass. There is a little bit of everything here....Absolutely different, but definitely enjoyable." Dave and Mick have emerged with a winner -- catch the "Next Flight" to indie rock enjoyment with Nuclear Forehead!