TAIPEI HOUSTON Feat. LARS ULRICH’s Sons: ‘Respecter’ Music Video Released
TAIPEI HOUSTONthe looks of the brand new group Myles AND Layne Ulrichthe sons of METALLIC drummer Lars Ulrichhas printed the music video of the music “respect”. The monitor is taken from TAIPEI HOUSTONthe debut album of “Once Bit Never Bored”which has simply been made out there through C3 Records.
Formed within the Bay Area of Northern California, TAIPEI HOUSTON was born of two brothers who returned to their childhood house through the pandemic. They then moved to Los Angeles, and after having the ability to carry out stay once more, started taking part in exhibits all through Southern California.
TAIPEI HOUSTON viscerally touches on all the perfect components of the final 30 years of rock ‘n’ roll, layering the frenetic sparseness of storage rock with the obscure transcendence of grunge and the straightforward instrumental attain of psych rock. The band’s sharp megawatt songs immediately arrange different iconic duos comparable to KILLED, DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979 in fact WHITE RULES.
say TAIPEI HOUSTON for the album: “For us, TAIPEI HOUSTON it’s about going against the grain in every respect. We live in a time that is ripe with extremely difficult and confusing challenges. Technology is taking over the world more and more, politics has become so polarized that we are heading for climate catastrophe. This music was born and nurtured by the contemporary digital anxiety we all experience and how we can try to escape those feelings – if only for a second.”
earlier than METALLICthe principle efficiency of this 12 months Lollapalooza, Lars spoke on native radio Rock 95.5 circle TAIPEI HOUSTON. Earlier that week, TAIPEI HOUSTON launched her debut single, “As the Sun Goes Down”together with a music video directed by Victor Grossling.
“Well, of course, I’m proud,” Lars mentioned. “I’m happy that they’re doing well. What they’re creating is beautiful. At the same time, we have a very, I think, open and transparent relationship, and certainly a few times along the way I’ve expressed that maybe things they could be better; I don’t know if that’s the right word. So it’s not just, “Oh my God! You guys are superior.” And so [I’ve given them constructive criticism] maybe even to a fault – maybe a lot of constructive criticism. So I don’t know exactly where you sit on this.
“I can inform you all that that undertaking has come collectively, I’d say, the second half of the pandemic,” he explained. “And once they got here house from New York in March of ’20, I believe, it wasn’t as targeted. And it took some time—I believe it took a couple of 12 months—for it to take form. There was quite a lot of time spent and so they actually labored exhausting, however finally they targeted on their sound and the whole lot and I believe they’ve one thing that could be very distinctive.
“Their record is coming, I think, in a couple of months, the full album, and it’s a barn burner.” Ulrich added. “There are songs out there that they do [the first single] sounds like SIMON & GARFUNKEL. So there’s some crazy shit out there. And it’s a very, very, very intense record. When you listen to it from beginning to end, it definitely gives you a bit of a kick, which is good.”
24 years outdated Myleswho performs drums, has hung out at Berklee College of Music, whereas the 21-year-old Laynewho performs bass and sings, studied at NYU.
Asked what prompted him to sing, Layne mentioned Concert Pipeline: “I have always been very interested in singing. That is my main thing [was] literally just singing along on the radio as kids and just listening to stuff. And I’ve always felt a lot about it, but I’ve never been a singer or anything like that. And then when we first started our project, we always expected to have a singer, and then when we realized it was going to be the two of us, it was, “Okay.” Now we have to do this, start singing.’ So, through kind of a long process, finding that, it was really nice.”
Regarding the choice to take TAIPEI HOUSTON one two half, Myles mentioned: “We’ve written most of an album which we’ve now finished. And we’re thinking about how to play it all live because we just recorded it all. And because we both play so much guitar and all instruments, it was, like, “Why do not we scale it down and make it a loopy two-piece factor as an alternative of looking for extra folks that you just’re into and that the vibe is correct? Why do not we preserve it easy and quirky?'”
added Layne: “‘Cause that is additionally how we hit the bottom working. You’ve acquired to search out folks you want, you have to get them into issues, you have to train them. That approach, actually, they simply come since we have written all of it collectively, we will hit the bottom working like this.”
TAIPEI HOUSTON played its first show in September 2021 at Alex’s Bar in Long Beach, California.
Since the merger Instagram in August 2021, TAIPEI HOUSTON has already amassed more than 15,000 followers.
Again in April 2020, Lars posted a video of Myles AND Laynetake blisters BEATLES classical “Eleanor Rigby”. At that time, he described their interpretation Rolling Stone like “this crazy, three minutes BLUE GROZIMcrazy, garage-rock version of ‘Eleanor Rigby’.
“Obviously, there have been some unimaginable variations of it ‘Eleanor Rigby’ alongside the way in which, however I’m fairly certain there’s by no means been one which had this type of sound, this type of really feel, this type of power and craziness in it,” he said. guys? You made me proud'”.
Lars HAD Myles AND Layne with my ex-wife Skylar Satenstein. He additionally has one other son, 15 years outdated Brycewith “Gladiator” ACTRESS Connie Nielsen.
Lars and mannequin Jessica Miller acquired engaged in July 2013 and married two years later. It is the third marriage for Larswho was beforehand married to Debbie Jones AND Satinstein.
Lars just isn’t the one member of METALLIC whose descendants have adopted of their footsteps. Castor Hetfieldson of METALLIC frontman James Hetfieldperforms drums for THE BASTARDtill Tye Trujilloson of METALLIC bassist Robert Trujilloperforms bass in OTTO.
Photo credit score: Natalie Hewitt