It may have been a few moons between releases for Auntie Leo & The Backstabbers, but that seldom means greater things aren’t at play behind closed doors.
After hiding themselves away in the studio for the better part of a year, they’re now back at their usual tricks and this time are armed to the teeth with a stack of new material that they’re ready to unleash upon the world.
Telephone Man - the first of these brand spankers, is a direct by-product of anxiously awaiting an urgent phone call, but being bombarded by frustratingly relentless telemarketers whilst trying to keep the line clear.
This latest offering sees the band barely skip a beat. It’s classic Auntie Leo doing what they do best; creating music that sounds equally at home in a 1970s spaghetti western, as it does in shady bars with sticky floors at two o’clock in the morning.
With a slew of spicy tunes up their sleeve, and some ambitious plans to hit the road again in the not so distant future, the foreseeable horizon for these upstarts has never looked brighter.