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The Incurables - Down #Flyah Submission


Founded in Westland, MI by lifelong friends that met in kindergarten, Ray Lawson (Bass guitar and vocals) and Pat Kelly (Lead guitar and vocals), the band found its heart and soul when they were joined in the mid-eighties by cousin Darrin Lawson (drums and vocals) and Dennis Pepperack (guitar and vocals).
  Truly a band of brothers in every sense, they continue to rock with their original members decades later.
  Growing up listening to bad AM radio, The Incurables managed to find influences from the groups of the sixties British Invasion and psychedelic scene as well as the seventies and eighties sounds coming from New York's CBGB.
  Watching them onstage you can't help but enjoy yourself knowing that they are not just there to perform or do a job but honestly having fun and loving the music. Their energy is infectious and clearly incurable.
 I don’t feel so well is the fourth studio release from Detroit’s own Garage rock/power pop band The Incurables. The album was produced by The Incurables and Tony Hamera at the award winning Tempermill studio in fashionable Ferndale Michigan. 
  Channeling the sounds from the groups of the sixties British Invasion and psychedelic scene as well as the seventies and eighties punk and new wave bands of New York's CBGB’s “I don’t feel so well” is packed with the upbeat harmonic high energy sound in which The Incurables are widely Known for. 
  The first single “Down” is a straight forward rocker done in the true Garage Rock fashion and is being well received on stations across the nation. A video for “Down” has been released and is available for viewing on The Incurables YouTube channel.
  The track “Detroit Steel” was chosen as one of the top winning rock anthem songs by the Detroit’s Motor City Muscle Music Festival, a video is also available for viewing on the bands YouTube channel. The Incurables are also working on a new video for their psycho rocker “Eloise” which was influenced by the time the band spent in the now defuncted Eloise psychiatric hospital .
   Whether you’re jamming to their CD or catching them onstage you can't help but enjoy yourself knowing that they are not just there to perform or do a job but honestly having fun and loving the music. Their energy is infectious and clearly incurable.

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