The Buttertones are part of Los Angeles' loose-knit rock 'n' roll scene.
Snapped up by Innovative Leisure, the band echo the retro-fuelled aural dalliances of Hanni el Khatib and Tijuana Panthers, with a dose of Ennio Morricone's mid-60s soundtrack work.
New album 'Gravedigging' is incoming, with the LA rock 'n' roll crew able to share rollicking new cut 'Matador'.
There's a slice of latin influence at work, with The Buttertones channelling a slightly dark vibe. The band explain:
"'Matador' was the first song to be written for 'Gravedigging'. It helped pave the way for a darker direction and is one of the more unique songs because of its structure. It was one of the easiest songs write lyrically as well. I'll just say it's about evaluating who you are and who you used to be."
Tune in now.
'Gravedigging' is due to be released on March 31st - pre-order LINK.