• CURRENT RELEASE

    • Release
      Skin Suit
      July 17, 2020
      BUY
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  • Upcoming shows

    • 07/17/20 BUFFALO, NY at Mohawk Place
    • 07/18/20 Indianapolis, IN at Melody Inn
    • 07/31/20 ROCHESTER, NY at Lux
    • 08/01/20 Woodstock, NY at Colony
    • 08/06/20 Canton, OH at Buzzbin

  • Click here to download two new hi-res photos of The Bobby Lees (photos courtesy of Alive Naturalsound Records) and Skin Suit album art

    THE BOBBY LEES DROP THEIR NEW ALBUM SKIN SUIT JULY 17TH VIA ALIVE NATURALSOUND RECORDS

    The Bobby Lees are a bone-shaking Garage Rock band out of Woodstock, NY. Audiotox UK states “Their raw and unapologetic energy promises to make you feel alive.” Find them and see for yourself.

    Their new record Skin Suit was produced by underground punk legend Jon Spencer of the Blues Explosion and will be released on Alive Naturalsound Records on May 8th. Skin Suit mixes classic garage-punk hits with raw and emotive storytelling. In the past year they’ve played with The Chats, Future Islands, Boss Hog, Daddy Long Legs, Shannon & The Clams and Murphy’s Law. They’ll be easing back out on the road this July and August, and once this fucking pandemic is behind us all, they’ll be hitting the road again full-throttle!

    The Bobby Lees are:
    Sam Quartin – Vocals/Guitar
    Kendall Wind – Bass
    Macky Bowman – Drums
    Nick Casa – Guitar

    The Bobby Lees’ new studio album Skin Suit drops July 17th on limited edition vinyl, CD and digital/streaming formats via Alive Naturalsound Records.

    FOR MORE INFO ON THE BOBBY LEES:
    thebobbylees.com
    facebook.com/TheBobbyLees

    FOR MORE INFO ON ALIVE NATURALSOUND RECORDS:
    alive-records.com

    FOR MEDIA & INTERVIEW REQUESTS:
    Tony Bonyata
    Pavement PR
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  • What Was Written On The Stones Thrown at The Bobby Lees:

    • “Fronted by Sam Quartin, whose vocal charisma channels some of the preposterous intensity of the Alan Vega/Cave/Cramps lineage, the band’s second album is an explosion of intense high-concept, low-budget rock’n’roll.” – UNCUT
    • “… energetic, gritty and passionate” – THE BIG TAKEOVER MAGAZINE

    • “The Bobby Lees’ recent single “Coin” is dirty blues punk that is dripping with attitude. It brings this intensity that is missing in a lot of music today, but it also has this slinky groove throughout. At times it can’t quite tell if it’s a punk song, a more traditional blues jam, or noise rock, and that just might be the brilliance of The Bobby Lees.” – IF IT’S TOO LOUD

    • “On the new album Skin Suit, produced by Jon Spencer, the band show they’ve got the chops and the weirdness to refresh vintage rock, punk, and without the commercialism that has plagued other prominent garage bands of their generation.” – Jamie Ludwig, CHICAGO READER

    • “We have seen the future of rock and it begins anew with The Bobby Lees.” – GHETTOBLASTER MAGAZINE

    • “It takes a lot of balls to try and pull off a Bo Diddley cover. So it seems pretty apt that the female-fronted garage punk band The Bobby Lees not only attempt it, but do so with amazing results.” -John B. Moore, BLURT

    • “Storming to the scene with a howling sense of rebellion and nonconformity, the band’s full-fledged garage-punk sound in this song is deftly executed with raw and raucous energy.” – ALTPRESS

    • “‘GuttterMilk’ is 94 seconds of feral garage punk, centered around a rumbling and propulsive baseline, thundering drumming, buzzing and slashing guitars and Quartin’s howled vocals that nods at Fever to Tell-era Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Jon Spencer‘s work with The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion.” – THE JOY OF VIOLENT MOVEMENT

    • “Breathless and chaotic garage punk that just about wears the band out within its blistering ~90 second runtime, ‘GutterMilk’ is an electric statement of a single from Woodstock’s The Bobby Lees. An exceptionally thick bass tone and tinkling baby piano feature atop vocalist Sam Quartin’s sprawlingly emotive performance.” – A JOURNAL OF MUSICAL THINGS

    • “The Bobby Lees Are The Giant Green Cyclops of Rock ‘n’ Roll.” – BTR TODAY