27th July 2018
1. Automatic Mode / 2. Bullet / 3. Dr Feelgood / 4. Losing Hand / 5. Stiletto Heels / 6. Wild One / 7. Heartache Express / 8. Heat Of The Night / 9. Desperate Man
The Sharpeez are old enough to know better but still they're misbehaving with their blend of classic rock, west coast jangle and rootsy blues influenced attitude. They have been developing and maturing, and like a carefully aged single malt whisky they are finally ready to be appreciated. With the arrival of their new album 'Wild One' (which is set to become a classic) the Sharpeez have evolved into a major force and they are second to none. The Sharpeez history is rooted in the late '70s London R&B scene when singer/songwriter Bill Mead originally made a splash with a band called 'Rebel'. 'The Wild One' invites us to immerse ourselves in a story telling aesthetic, from intricate sepia tinged album art through to Mead's colourful narratives as part of a musical sweep full of gusto & grooves.