Most of us have grown up with Hot Hot Heat to an extent. Formed in 1999, the band had their breakthrough a little while later, with the release of their 2002 album "Make Up The Breakdown." That year, you were hard pressed to not hear "Bandages" when flipping the radio dial, and it was a welcome song to hit any ear.
Now the band has really traversed the indie and alt-rock spectrum, opening for bands like Weezer or Foo Fighters, yet touring with Bloc Party and The Walkmen in the next breath. This year, they released "Future Breeds," a new experiment in a more electro-oriented direction.
Songs performed: "Nobody's Accusing You (of Having a Good Time)," "Goddess on the Prairie" and "Zero Results."
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- Hot Hot Heat performs in the Current studio While Hot Hot Heat's new CD retains the melodies and witty wordplay fans have come to expect, it's been called one of the band's most adventurous and experimental albums yet.