It’s important to remember that, for every saturation cringe of “Bohemian Rhapsody” or “Stairway to Heaven,” there’s someone right now hearing that song for the very first time. You’ve got to let that happen because, as hard as it may seem after hearing the song a million times, it may be inspirational enough for that person to want to try and make their own “Bohemian Rhapsody” or “Stairway” at some time.
The Lonely H is the type of band that’s young enough to hear classic rock through a fresh set of ears and they possess the kind of enthusiasm to try their own spin on classic rock. Their sophomore album, Hair, demonstrates how they’ve done some great note taking when they began their immersion into classic rock’s fabled legacy. And like any band that starts their first tour almost immediately after graduating from high school, they’re young enough to fuck up a few parts.