Rock Music, Americana, Chicago, Punk, Roots, Hard rock, Prairie Goth, Punk Rock, Alternative, Rock Action,
Get Out of the Car’s debut album, Mission, is a thunderstorm drive through a Midwestern landscape of graffiti rail yards, 3rd-shift taverns, river valleys, and endless back roads. The album’s restless lyrics are always reaching, always moving, always wanting more. Throughout the long-player (180g, Red Vinyl released by Funk Box Records) there is movement, desire, and loss that flows through the haunted guitar lines, through the relentless rolling of the rhythm section, and through the interwoven vocals and its characters. The haunted guitar, the relentless rolling of the rhythm section, and the interwoven vocal lines create a driving backlit atmosphere to the band’s answers to the question of what lies at the darkened but still beating heart of Rock and Roll.
Mission was recorded at JoyRide Recording Studio by Brian Leach and mastered by Blaise Barton in Humboldt Park, Chicago. It is available on limited edition 180 gram Red Vinyl and the highly portable digital version here.