Daddy Issues, Faux Ferocious release cassettes via Infinity Cat Recordings

Infinity Cat Recordings recently announced year two of their cassette series with a Daddy Issues cassette, now their back with the second entry of the season!  Limited to 300 colored cassettes, Faux Ferocious will release their self titled cassette on September 4 as part of the second annual Infinity Cat Cassette Series, curated by Casey Weissbuch (see Nashville Cream news debut).

Faux Ferocious is a Nashville-based rock and roll quartet that combines blistering punk-rock simplicity, Spector-worthy hooks, and a whatever-it-takes production approach to create songs that are short, infectious, and razor sharp. With vocal and guitar duties split between dueling frontmen Jonathan Phillips and Terry Kane, and a rhythm section held down by bassist Dylan Palmer and drummer Reid Cummings, Faux Ferocious creates a infectious brand of mock-punk both on stage and in the studio.
Faux Ferocious have been recording and playing shows around the United States for the last few years. Their self-titled cassette marks their first physical release on a label and chronicles the disheveled anarchy that they have been perfecting in that time. It’s a collection of inspiring fuzz-driven alt-pop songs that show kinship with bands like Wavves, Ty Segall, and Natural Child while expertly walking the tightrope between noise and beauty.