Social Hero (est. 1902), a five-piece rock act from New York City, heralds a Renaissance of Rock and Roll.
The story of Social Hero begins with their catalogue of tightly crafted original music, which showcases "a taste for power-pop hooks, crunchy guitars and arty embellishments" (Time Out New York). The band draws influences from a wide range of styles, but the sound of Social Hero is sown mainly from the seeds of classic and modern rock. Fact: Cream and Led Zeppelin had a bastard child of rock that grew up on the early ‘90s alternative explosion - they named it Social Hero.
Together, the gang of five treats every audience to a highly polished, raucously explosive performance. With a fist full of new recordings about to burst out of their pockets, the boys are ready give rock'n'roll a firm kick in the ass.
New recordings to be released summer 2012 on Machine Dream Records!!!
Machine Dream Records is VERY Proud to announce our 2nd release of 2012!
Social Hero Singles Release of “Don’t Call me on Saturday” & “Bear Skin Rug”:
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The Party @ Pianos on Sat 9/22 (featuring SH & Ian Lloyd’s Stories!) was Heavy.
MORE NEW MUSIC SOON.
New York rockers present “The Famous” – an explosive collision of high-caliber songwriting, incendiary guitar lines and vocal heroics – guaranteed more powerful than a sledgehammer [or your money back.].