- 1. Tour Song 2 - "Click of a Button" (Battlehooch/Judgement Day SXSW '10 Song) 6.26 199 plays
- 2. TOUR SONG #1 (Fall 2009) 4.47 132 plays
- 3. Human Ram (DJ PHYZK Remix) 3.05 304 plays
- Download track Go to track Rock Lobster (B-52s Cover - BATTLEHOOCH/MAUS HAUS LIVE COLLABORATION NYE 2009/2010)4. Rock Lobster (B-52s Cover - BATTLEHOOCH/MAUS HAUS LIVE COLLABORATION NYE 2009/2010) 5.30 595 plays
- 5. Deep Knee Bends BLUE GRASS 2.38 614 plays
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What can a rock band do that hasn’t been done yet? How much can you twist and mutate a genre until it turns into something new? These are the questions that lie at the heart of Battlehooch’s music. Their latest album “Hot Lungs” (Released Feb 2013) is a full length meditation on the answers for those questions. With songs ranging from symphonically epic to intimately beautiful, “Hot Lungs” is an album that captures the widescreen nature of Battlehooch’s sound. Battlehooch will be touring in support of “Hot Lungs” in 2013.
“Fearlessly experimental, boundlessly energetic...you canʼt help but wonder what the weatherʼs like on their planet.” – NME Magazine (print)
"One of the band’s core strengths is making music that simultaneously maddeningly complicated and broadly accessible... For my money, they’re the best local band in the Bay Area." – The Bay Bridged (SF)
“Every person in the crowd was moving to the music--it was hard to resist. Even after they finished, my foot was tapping to the ghost of their set.” – LA Record
"All six band members pranced around the stage with infectious enthusiasm and wide-eyed craziness that endeared them to an increasingly smitten audience... ...Much to its credit, the band reminded us what concerts are supposed to be like -- impossibly fun.” – SF Weekly
"When the long moral arc of the universe finally bends towards justice, Battlehooch will be a household word. Maybe even a verb." – The Villager (NYC)