Posted by flotz on Monday, November 15, 2010 | Live Review

Caught The Parson Red Heads again last night at The High Dive. Much smaller crowd on hand then at the sold out Head and Heart show a couple weeks ago. But fun nonetheless. The Parson Red Heads write some solid songs, anthemic, flexing rock idiomatic muscles. Then they end songs with noise, in anti-thesis to their formulas.  Lyrics can be a little over the top. They covered a Tom Petty song (appropriately) and the lead singer who normally stays on rhythm guitar took a guitar solo – he can shred.  Liking the drummer more and more – she has this solid sound, no frills, tight. It works. And, of course, the harmonies.