‘Service Station Flowers’ tells tales of fractured family, loss, the oddities of 21st century life, the burdens of overleveraged real estate, midlife existential angst, memories of landscape lost and mediations on the lives of friends gone wrong. Service Station Flowers, produced/mixed by Wayne Connolly, is the first album of all new material by Aria Award winner Brett Myers since 2007.
Joeys Coop is the combined musical muscle of some of Australia’s most seasoned independent musicians whose collective pedigree extends back to the late 1970s. They are joined by Matt Galvin on guitar (Eva Trout, Perry Keyes, Loose Pills); with Andy Newman on bass (The Soul Movers, The Deniz Tek Group) and Lloyd Gyi (Perry Keyes, The Atlantics, Dave Warner) on drums and vocals.
Joeys Coop draws on a wide palette of musical inspiration. If Keith Richard’s and Nico had a love- child who’s godparents were Eno, Ron Asheton, Patty Smith and Chrissy Hynde and said love- child started a band then you’d get a vague idea of the ballpark Joeys Coop play in.
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Other tracks by Joeys Coop: Dancing - Look Out Now