Free Energy

Their album Love Sign was one of the more delirious and underrated blasts of power-pop fizz that anyone has released this year, and the great Philly rock band Free Energy are not done blowing hooks through the back of your head. This time, though, the hooks in question come from someone else. As part of the A.V. Club’s Undercover series, the band has done a live-in-studio cover of “You’re No Rock N’ Roll Fun,” one of the many, many amazing songs on Sleater-Kinney’s 2000 feather-boa move All Hands On The Bad One. The Free Energy version of the song is a beery classic-rock ramble, and you can hear it below.

(via PunkNews)

Love Sign is out now on the band’s own Free People label. If you’re still sleeping on it, stop doing that.

Comments (3)
  1. I like Free Energy. Ian Cohen can eat me.

  2. I don’t like Free Energy, but I could never dislike them as much as I dislike Ian Cohen. Truly, that is one critic who knows almost nothing about rock music. Imagine if it were your job to assign almost every rock album a score ranging from 5.5-6.3. What kind of life is that? If he disappeared tomorrow, who would care?

  3. I really hope Corin or Carrie or Janet don’t ever have the misfortune of watching this. Ian Cohen was being overly generous.

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