When you first hear New York City's The Flux Machine, it's hard to not be overwhelmed by the rockers. The band's in-your-face blend of blues and alt rock teeters the edge before reeling you back in to its frentic sound. With The Flux Machine's latest album coming out in seven weeks, we're excited to premiere "Jack, Jim and Johnny." You may think the title speaks of the joys of booze, but that's mistaken. The smattering of rock and blues, accentuated by the use of a harmonica.
"The moment an enslaved member of the human race found deliverance from earthly torture through what we call the blues, was the exact moment we all found salvation from our personal enslavement through the blues progeny: rock and roll," Luis Accorsi says of the song. "Our song 'Jack, Jim and Johnny' explains the notion that we can have surreal voyages right in our heads, No need to go travelling the world, just pound some drinks hard, get in trouble, lay the new law down and "live your life the way you want to", as the song goes."
The Flux Machine's Louder! will be out on February 26. Check their video for the same song below: