Steak and Eggs is the latest record from Flamingo Bay, of Hamilton, Ontario. Like it’s diner-staple namesake, this record is solid, filling, and comfortingly familiar without being tedious.
Here are some of the highlights:
Culprit of the Tahiti Pearl, is seven minutes long, and is really two, perhaps three songs in one. It is also the first song, and sets the swamp-garage tone for the record:
Checkout Line is the second song, and brings some stompy bluesy swagger to the proceedings:
And finally, Righteousness, the closest thing they have to a slow jam: