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Stöner premiere the second single »Party March« taken from their sophomore full-length album »Totally…«

Desert rock supergroup Stöner premiere the second single and opening track »Party March« taken from their sophomore full-length album, »Totally…«, set to release on May 6th, 2022 via Heavy Psych Sounds Records.

01. Party March
02. A Million Beers
03. Strawberry Creek (Dirty Feet)
04. Spacedude & The Burn
05. Stöner Theme
06. Turn It Around Now
07. Driving Miss Lazy
08. Great American Sage

Produced, recorded and mixed by Yoseph Sanborn and Stöner.

Courtesy of Purple Sage PR:

Desert rock supergroup Stöner (with Brant Bjork, Nick Oliveri and Ryan Güt) team up with Brooklyn Vegan to present their explosive second single »Party March«, taken from their upcoming sophomore album »Totally…« on Heavy Psych Sounds. Crank the volume up now!

“As the wise Chuck Dukowski once said to me: ‘it’s all about the Party March’. So let your good times roll, let them soothe your soul. March! March! March!” – Nick Oliveri, Stöner

The desert kings are back with an incredible sophomore album: »Totally…« is the perfect mix of desert swing, stoner rock, desert rock, and low punk all at once! Eight new tracks that will blow your mind, recorded by Brant Bjork’s long-time collaborator Yosef Sanborn. Mellow guitars, funky stoner rhythms, bluesy atmospheres, Nick Oliveri’s trademark punk drive: the album flies away in one listen and makes you want to play it again immediately. As the artwork will tell, the trio doesn’t take itself too seriously. After all, isn’t Stöner all about fun and friends jamming together? That’s precisely the recipe they are delivering after 30 years of rocking the heavy world.

Stöner is the supergroup formed by desert rock godfathers and long-time friends Brant Bjork (founding member of Kyuss, also former Fu Manchu), Nick Oliveri (Mondo Generator, former Kyuss and Queens Of The Stone Age) and Ryan Güt (Brant Björk drummer). Their debut studio album »Stoners Rule« was released in the summer of 2021, and they now return with their brand new album »Totally…« on May 6th! It was produced, recorded and mixed by Yosef Sanborn and Stöner, with appearances by Greg Hetson (Circle Jerks) and Mario Lalli (Yawning Man) on guitar. Listen to debut single »A Million Beers«.

Stöner – new album »Totally…« out May 6th on Heavy Psych Sounds

If the name Stöner seems a little on the nose, well… it is. Brant Bjork and Nick Oliveri, founding members of the stoner rock legend Kyuss, are joined again by drummer Ryan Güt (of Bjork’s solo band) and they’ve got dibs on the thick and dusty swinging grooves, returning as Stöner with their sophomore release »Totally…«. Their love for their early inspirations (bands like Blue Öyster Cult, Kiss, Ramones, Blue Cheer, Misfits, Black Flag, The Stooges, MC5) results in big, groovy, sunbaked riffs that can cruise low and slow but then floor it and run all the red lights.

Live, Stöner is a band about the magnetism between the players, the groove, loose vibe and straight-up badass rock and roll… Stöner are masters of their trade. With »Totally…«, Stöner is in its true form, getting together and having fun. Their world is a colorful joyride, heavy of rock but not of the head. The record cranks with vibes of classic hard rock, heavy blues, desert rock and psych rock jams – things that come organically to this trio. Stöner can’t help but express an abundance of punk rock rawness and passion for real rock and roll swagger. With two records, »Live at Mojave« and »Stoners Rule« (available on Heavy Psych Sounds), the latest release »Totally…« sees the band realizing the chemistry of these old friends developing a statement of pure rock and roll fun. Grab a slice, crank it, and catch the band on tour in ’22 in the US, Canada, UK and Europe.

Stöner is:
Brant Bjork – Guitar & Vocals
Nick Oliveri – Bass & Vocals
Ryan Güt – Drums

Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well

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