Poppy Roscoe is a Los Angeles based art rock band with a fantastic artistic vision. Their work carries a lot of rock influences from across the spectrum. So, don’t be surprised if you see some references of your favorite vintage bands and artists. They celebrate the classic with the contemporary and establish an innovative gradient of rock music that fosters ardent loyalty in the listeners. It is hard core, passionate, and extremely creative. Their latest album, ‘Sea Fortune and the Desert Rats’ perfectly exemplify this. In their experiment and exploration, Poppy Roscoe presents incredible interpretations and reveals novel ideas.

The track, ‘Desert Rats’ is taken from this collection. It introduces the album with its layered complexity. Sprayed with enveloping distortions, the first act is a psych rock presentation that is patterned with dramatic beats, gargantuan bass lines, groovy riffs and 60s vocals. This dry fuzzy landscape curves into rock n roll and blues rock frames of Jeff Beck. And then slips into sunny folk rock that is reminiscent of The Beach Boys and The Beatles. These drastic, yet seamless diversities bring so many dimensions and perspectives to the theme, it is mind blowing. Listen Now!

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to Desert Rats from the ‘Sea Fortune and the Desert Rats’ album by Poppy Roscoe here –