Internationally recognized local tough-cookie garage punks Heavy Cream just debut their tune "John Johnny" via Spin, and it's a track that inspired Spin's David Bevan to toss out words like "pugnacious," "thick," "smelly," "herky-jerky" and, yes, "snot-spackled." But I'm picking up what Bevan's laying down. "John Johnny" is the lead-off single from Heavy Cream's forthcoming full-length Super Treatment (out May 8 via Infinity Cat Records), and it does indeed feature the sort of bratty, snotty, blown-out, cantankerous, bloozy-punk delivery that HC has, bit by bit, been honing for the past couple of years.
As Nashville's Dead reported last week, Super Treatment was recorded out in San Fransisco with West Coast garage-rock luminaries Ty Segall and Eric Bauer. As a matter of fact, Nashville's Dead debuted the artwork for Treatment, and you can see that after the jump. Anyway, since Spin was just giving away "John Johnny," we figured we'd do the same. Hear it below.