BRONCHO is an indie rock band founded in 2010 in Norman, Oklahoma. They’re a four piece - Ryan Lindsey on guitar and vocals, Ben King on guitars, Penny Pitchlynn on bass and Nathan Price on drums. Their debut Can't Get Past the Lips was released in 2011 and was re-released in 2013; followed by Just Enough Hip to Be Woman in 2014. These records freely traversed the genres of punk, new wave, shoegaze - pretty much all all forms of alternative music, but Bad Behavior strips much of that that away, resulting in an album of clean, modern guitar pop. "Everybody's been acting badly over the last few years so we made a record about it," states Ryan Lindsey. “All Choked Up” is a shuffling stomper, junkyard percussion and expansive, loose riffs. “Weekend” begins with falsetto vamps and Batman-theme surf guitars, post-disco guitars and shuffling drums. “Get In My Car” is beatbox drums, jaunty guitar flourishes, and a uniquely catchy chorus. This record is pressed on black vinyl, and is packaged in a spot-gloss sleeve.
- black vinyl pressing
- spot-gloss sleeve and printed insert
- music label: Park The Van 2018
reviewed by DELI MAGAZINE 06/2019