180g Deluxe wax. The Sacred Sailors 5 Youngbloods outta the southswedish province. To be exactly: Mølndal. When listenig to their Debut Album, you will recognise two things at once: Their songwriting skills and their easy bein’ when it comes to play great rock. This aspect is even more breath-takin’ when you consider their age: All guys in the band are just 18 years old, but play together for at least 4 years. So in my eyes they are already much further than most of their colleagues. The Sacred Sailors didn’t improve the Rock’n’Roll for new, but I think they present it in a way that’s unbelievable fresh. Mixing up a rock-bastard between the Creedence Clearwater Revival and Led Zeppelin, paired with the energy of newer Bands like Datsuns, they sure know how to please. Next to all of those more or less hyped “The”-Rock’n’Roll bands of the “new wave of r&r or garage or whatver”, the Sacred Sailors are rockin’ their way straight forward and looking for their space (and definitely gonna find it). This time there is no huge major label in the back of the band that won’t be able put up a huge campaign to get things started and the band didn’t come in the arms of a well-known producer, who tells ‘em what to do (it’s actually the Sacred Sailors who produced all of their songs themselves). But this all hopefully shouldn’t be a disadvantage, cause the musical quality is outstanding and it’s there without a doubt! It’s the music that should count!!