Format: 7" Colored Vinyl
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These are the first recordings since Gameface’s reunion album in 2014, Now Is What Matters Now. They came as a surprise to to the band, who hadn’t intended to write or record any new material, but inspiration struck on the heels of their Japan tour earlier this year and they went directly into the studio as soon as they were back in California. “I Owe You One” is the most upbeat and catchy song they’ve written since My Star (from Every Last Time 1999). The Tom Petty song is poignant for two reasons. They are huge fans and were heartbroken (pun intended) to hear of his unexpected passing last year. The band chose to record “Two Gunslingers” because of its message of change, in light of our country’s mass shooting epidemic and sick obsession with guns. Gameface’s next adventure is in September when they head over to Brazil for the first time to play some festival shows.
The Southern California-based out t, now featuring Jeff Caudill along with Todd D. Trout (guitar), Guy Julian (bass) and Steve Sanderson (drums), originally formed in the summer of 1990 and has since released six full-length albums, each carrying the band’s dynamic, distinctive sound that has gone on to in uence countless bands over the years. Recorded and mixed at Black Bear 11 in Malibu, CA. Specifically recorded for RSD. Never before released.
I Owe You One b/w Two Gunslingers (Tom Petty cover)