Los Angeles quartet The Henry Clay People out touring in support of their new album "Twenty-Five for the Rest of Our Lives" which just came out June 26th.
The Henry Clay People's new album not only sees the return of the band's original line up, but songwriters and brothers Joey and Andy Siara rediscovering and redefining their punk roots, making "Twenty-Five for the Rest of Our Lives" the band's most urgent, bratty, and melancholic record to date. Evident in new songs "Hide" and "Friends Are Forgiving" - two of the twelve songs that make "Twenty-Five" a thrilling and sweaty thirty minutes of teenage restlessness.
Listen to "Hide" here: http://soundcloud.com/tbd-records/hide-the-henry-clay-people
Watch the band's montage for "Friend's Are Forgiving": http://vimeo.com/42134552