Sunday, June 5, 2011

King Louie's Missing Monuments - Painted White available 6/28

King Louie first made a name for himself in the mid-90s with the seminal lo-fi garage band, the Persuaders. The Reatards, featuring a 17 year old Jay Reatard, opened for the Persuaders on the very first Reatards tour, King Louie even played drums with the Reatards for a short spell. Later on, Louie, Reatard, and Eric Oblivian formed the short-lived garage rock supergroup, the Bad Times. In 2000, Louie and Adam Cox formed the power pop group the Exploding Hearts and co-wrote their only LP, Guitar Romantic (8.8 on Pitchfork) His newest project is The Missing Monuments and their new record Painted White, available 6/28 digitally and on vinyl via Douchemaster Records. This is his return to power pop, filled with jangly hooks, coarse melodies, ballads and rock n roll jams, a record not to be ignored.

On Tour with w/ Paul Collins (The Beats, The Nerves)
7/13 Mobile, AL @ Music Box
7/14 New Orleans, LA  @ Siberia
7/15 Jackson, MI  @ Ole Town
7/16 Memphis, TN  @ Hi-Tone
7/18 Chattanooga, TN @ JJ's Bohemia
7/19 Atlanta, GA @ The Earl
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