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Gravy Flavored Kisses / Press

“It’s the songwriting that lifts [Gravy Flavored Kisses] above the norm, especially the offbeat lyric angles. . .The band puts out enough energy that any frat party would be glad to have them. But anyone who catches some lyrics on the way to the keg is bound to do a double take.”

“This is clearly a band that wants your attention, and the songs on [The Mail] deserve it. Though a roots-rock act at heart, Gravy Flavored Kisses’ raucous delivery evinces the parties they’ve probably played; and their funk smacks more of the Chili Peppers than the Meters.”

“[The Mail] serves up four varied and exceptional songs [and] will make a fan of anyone with an even tempo that’s perfect for dancing; a sound that’s not stuck in the past, but not modern as to be generic. . .[The Mail] made a fan of me, and it can surely make a fan of you in less than one song.”

“Gravy Flavored Kisses plays blues/rock. Not the weary 12-bar blues thing just turned up to 11 but an all-out, full-tilt, head-on collision between blues and rock. . .With "The Mail," Gravy Flavored Kisses whets the appetite for a longer missive.”

“Laub leans and sways into solos, stomps his feet, jumps straight in the air and even raps sometimes in addition to producing stunning sounds.”

“Featuring heavy guitars and blaring horns, [In The Red] is a jam through the blues and rock genres that the band is steeped in...Gravy Flavored Kisses’ first offering is a great appetizer and introduction to a very strong band.”