In the stylings of Elvis Costello, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Eddie Cochran, these Topeka, Kansas boys bring it to us as if we were watching them play some school gymnasium in the 50s.
Innovation is the root of every track, without a doubt, these guys gave major thought into every aspect of their songs. The lyrics also offer something that you don't hear much of anymore.
A lot of classic rock artists currently have a need to write songs about being this rock n' roller getting @ss on the road, and drinking beers before a show, you get the point. These guys bring you back to the time when music was about how it makes you feel, these guys are giving you an emotional, poetic journey of their love for true rock n' roll.
Chris Aytes & The Good Ambition give you some true rock with honest lyrics and a positive message, showing you don't need to sacrifice a message to "Tell Your Story Well".
This track "Tell Your Story Well" gives you a Meat Loaf meets Lars Frederiksen and the Bastards. A nice mix styled punk track, a real mind blower though, to realize how versatile these guys actually are.
So check these guys already! -LD