The Singles share "Sweet Tooth," ready LP for early 2016 release

The Singles have shared their new track, “Sweet Tooth.” Their Look How Fast A Heart Can Break LP is out now. Look for a new LP in early 2016.

The Singles are Vince Frederick (guitar/lead vocals), Nicky Veltman (drums/back-up vocals) and Max Goldman (bass). Garage rock, power pop, glam, blues, and punk all find their way into the band’s sound. Originally from Detroit, Vince and Nicky joined forces in LA in 2012 to restart The Singles — a moniker Vince had used in the past to release his songs.
With friend’s stepping in on bass, the band began playing locally as a three-piece, bringing their raw, frenetic live show to the LA music scene. Things got serious once they met producer Rick Parker. Having worked with countless rock n’ roll bands (including Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, The Von Bondies, and Lord Huron), he had the right energy and ideas to work with the duo. Together they went into the studio to record a full-length album.
The Singles released “Look How Fast A Heart Can Break” on April 1st, 2014 to critic’s praise in both the U.S. and Europe. Neil Hussy at Shindig Magazine UK, said the album was filled with “perfectly formed pop jewels.” Popmatters said, “The Singles excel in American power pop, all crunchy chords, catchy melodies and killer harmonies.” And USA Today said, “If you need a rock ’n’ roll release… I think I have the perfect song” referring to lead off single ‘Inamorata’.
The album, and songs from it, have broken into the top 20 on national indie radio charts. Since the release, the band has toured the U.S. extensively. Gigs have included Southern California festivals, and support for national touring acts Brody Dalle, Holly Golightly, and The Weeks.
Now with Max Goldman (bass) the Singles are back in the studio working on new material for their forthcoming album due for release in early 2016.
Catch them live here:
10.22 – Los Angeles, CA – Harvard and Stone