3LH Tells A Twisted Tale With “Blue Collar Blues”

Garage Surf Punks 3LH have released a new single titled “Blue Collar Blues” via My Grito Industries. The track was inspired by music traditions of funny, dark storytelling and their own imaginations.

Frontman Rafa Heredia says:

This is a song about self reflection after having maybe a pint too many at your favorite divey hole in the wall, it’s a callback to tracks like “Alabama song (Whisky Bar)” by The Doors – the song lends itself to telling a fun twisted story while not taking itself too seriously.

Taking inspiration from 60’s surf, Fuzz, Punk and more, 3LH strives to bring a sense of newness to a classic sound. Comprised of Rafa Heredia (Guitar/ Vocals), Johnny Villanueva (Keys/Guitar) Kevin Carranza (Drums) Favian Vega (Bass).

3LH loves Link Wray, and The Kinks, but also the Garage / Punk sensibilities of modern acts like The Growlers, The Frights and Tijuana Panthers. The band is part of the Latino Punk/Garage DIY scene of Orange County and are well known there from playing local venues.

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