"Perhaps the best debut album of 2011 came by way of BRONCHO, a garage-punk quartet from Norman, Oklahoma. Frontman Ryan Lindsey is better known as the keyboardist for the Starlight Mints, but this side project has been touring the Midwest since early 2010. Can't Get Past the Lips hit stores this August, and "Try Me Out Sometime" was an instant standout. It's not a complex song, by any means, and the simplicity is fantastic because the execution is so strong. Three chords are plenty enough backdrop for Lindsey to yelp out the hooks. Watch the excellent music video, in which the band barges into unsuspecting, unlikely venues — stores, major intersections, a college classroom — and performs increasingly disastrous versions of the song before darting out. BRONCHO has never played a show outside a narrow corridor from Austin to Chicago, so coast-dwellers will have to cross their fingers for that to change soon." -NPR
released August 20, 2011
Ryan Lindsey: Lead Vocals, Guitar
Ben King: Lead Guitar, Vocals
Jonathan Ford: Bass, Vocals
Nathan Price: Drums, Vocals
Recorded at Church Studios (Tulsa, OK) & Blackwatch Studios (Norman, OK).
Engineered by Jarod Evans, Chad Copelin, Nathan Price, Ben King, & Ryan Lindsey.