Sonic Diet

Want a copy of Generationals’ ‘Heza’?


These Louisiana boys have been putting out one pop gem after another and Generationals’ latest hand-clapper is called Heza (meaning totally undetermined). Although the name origin is shrouded in mist, the tunes are clear and bright, sparkling with an animation characteristic of the duo’s previous output. Did you catch them last weekend for Foster Fest? If so, you’ll know that the band’s live performance also lives up to its studio output and if you haven’t gotten your hands on the new album yet, here’s your chance. We’ve got one copy of Heza courtesy of the kind folks at Polyvinyl Records (and a poster + Polyvinyl stickers, too!) for one lucky recipient.

Simply be the first to email wolf (at) msoe (dot) edu with your favorite Polyvinyl band in the subject line, and the Generationals schtuff is all yours. One winner, only!

This entry was published on May 9, 2013 at 11:11 am. It’s filed under giveaways, new music, Reviews and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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