In 2011, the Dirty Heads worked so hard with their new release “Cabin By The Sea” while recording remotely in the middle of nowhere in both Texas and California ranches. The Dirty Heads started on their way big after touring with 311, Matisyahu, Sublime with Rome, Pepper, Kottonmouth Kings, OAR, and so on the past few years. Their debut album “Any Port in a Storm” hit the charts big back in 2008. Now with “Cabin By The Sea” the sense of the word “mature” has defined this album.
Opening song “Arrival” with the sounds of some seagulls from the beach chirping while the fresh harmonies of Jared Watson a.k.a Dirty J (Vocalist) and Dustin Bushnell or better named as Duddy B (Vocals and Guitar) flow with the feeling of summer coming along which is why this album was just released yesterday June 19th. It gives you some Jack Johnson feel at times with a little bit of hip hop on “Smoke Rings” featuring Del The Funny Homosapien and some groovy qualities that will have you dancing the night away. Matisyahu is featured on “Dance All Night” which the title explains itself. Rome from Sublime jams with them on “Mongo Push” which explains lyrically about a wrong way to skateboard. “Love Letters” which explains how you can text or chat with your lover without having to send a letter now a days. The Dirty Heads have most definitely pushed the envelope on this album which shows how they can change their sound a little by little. Palm tree’s and the summer breeze while having a drink on the beach defines how relaxing and beautiful this album really is. This should be everyone’s number one summer album of 2012. So crack open a corona and dance all night.
Check out tracks “Spread Too Thin” and “Dance All Night”