No Help Coming From Holly Golightly & The Brokeoffs

(Conqueroo) Holly Golightly & The Brokeoffs remain true to their DIY aesthetic with their new album No Help Coming, which is set for release on April 26 on Transdreamer Records.

No Help Coming is the fourth full-length release by Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs, and the latest of nearly 30 albums on which the veteran indie icon is featured. But she's quick to dismiss any suggestion that she's refined her approach during her 20 years as a recording artist.

"I'm proud to say that I don't think there's been much development at all, really," Golightly asserts. "I still only know the same chords I did when I was 14, and I still write songs about the same things. But I did get a tuner three years ago, which was monumental."

Indeed, as much as her work has evolved over the years, the London-born, Georgia-based singer/guitarist has maintained a fierce fidelity to the same raw DIY musical principles that first established her as a seminal influence upon multiple generations of garage combos and lo-fi artists. Her current outfit, Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs, is a stripped-down duo that teams her with Texas-bred multi-instrumentalist and longtime collaborator Lawyer Dave, who contributes guitar, drums and backing vocals.

On No Help Coming, scheduled for release on April 26, 2011 on Transdreamer Records, Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs continue to make music that's spare and earthy yet unfailingly tuneful, drawing upon gritty blues, country and rockabilly influences while maintaining an unmistakable personal resonance. As Playboy.com commented, "Golightly's songs are so fresh and timeless they could have been recorded yesterday or 40 years ago."

The new 12-song set, recorded in the twosome's adopted home state of Georgia, features such notable originals as "The Rest of Your Life," "You're Under Arrest," "Get Out My House" and the swaggering title track, all of which pack as much of a musical and emotional punch as anything they've recorded. No Help Coming also continues Golightly's longstanding tradition of putting her stamp on unexpected cover material, with personalized readings of country legend Bill Anderson's "The Lord Knows We're Drinking," the mysterious Mr. Undertaker's 1955 rhythm-and-blues cult classic "Here Lies My Love," and Wendell Austin's vintage psycho-country epic "L.S.D. Made a Wreck of Me." The last tune features an appropriately impassioned lead vocal by Lawyer Dave.


Fri., April 29 Charlotte, Nc Snug Harbor
Sat., April 30 Chapel Hill, Nc Local 506
Sun., May 1 Arlington, Va Iota Club & Café
Tues., May 3 Baltimore, Md The Ottobar
Wed., May 4 Philadelphia, Pa M Room
Thurs., May 5 New York, Ny The Mercury Lounge
Fri., May 6 Brooklyn, Ny Knitting Factory
Sat., May 7 Cambridge, Ma Middle East Upstairs
Sun., May 8 New Haven Ct Café Nine
Tues., May 10 Buffalo, Ny The Ninth Ward
Wed., May 11 Cleveland, Oh Beachland Ballroom And Tavern
Fri., May 13 Chicago, Il Beat Kitchen
Sat., May 14 Minneapolis, Mn 7th Street Entry
Sun., May 15 Milwaukee, Wi Mad Planet
Tues., May 17 St. Louis, Mo The Firebird
Thurs., May 19 Oklahoma City, Ok The Conservatory
Fri., May 20 Austin, Tx Emo's Alternative Lounging (Indoor)
Mon., June 20 Seattle, Wa The Funhouse
Tues., June 21 Portland, Or Doug Fir Lounge
Thurs., June 23 San Francisco, Ca Bottom Of The Hill
Fri., June 24 Los Angeles, Ca The Hotel Cafe
Sat., June 25 San Diego, Ca Soda Bar

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