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The Judybats

About The Judybats

These countrified indie pop artisans blew up on college radio in 1991 with the title track from their debut Native Sons. The years immediately following offered three full-length records on Sire, with the band eventually calling it quits after their 1994 release Full-Empty. These days, frontman Jeff Heiskell is back offering new songs, a new band, and the same catchy, radio-friendly pop ditties that drove the ladies nuts back then. Steady yourself for a wild ride of familiar, collegiate progressions, Heiskell's ambitious, handsomely unshaven vocals and safe, nicely distorted guitar work. Don't call it a comeback!

Listen toThe Judybatson Rhapsody

These countrified indie pop artisans blew up on college radio in 1991 with the title track from their debut Native Sons. The years immediately following offered three full-length records on Sire, with the band eventually calling it quits after their 1994 release Full-Empty. These days, frontman Jeff Heiskell is back offering new songs, a new band, and the same catchy, radio-friendly pop ditties that drove the ladies nuts back then. Steady yourself for a wild ride of familiar, collegiate progressions, Heiskell's ambitious, handsomely unshaven vocals and safe, nicely distorted guitar work. Don't call it a comeback!

About The Judybats

These countrified indie pop artisans blew up on college radio in 1991 with the title track from their debut Native Sons. The years immediately following offered three full-length records on Sire, with the band eventually calling it quits after their 1994 release Full-Empty. These days, frontman Jeff Heiskell is back offering new songs, a new band, and the same catchy, radio-friendly pop ditties that drove the ladies nuts back then. Steady yourself for a wild ride of familiar, collegiate progressions, Heiskell's ambitious, handsomely unshaven vocals and safe, nicely distorted guitar work. Don't call it a comeback!

About The Judybats

These countrified indie pop artisans blew up on college radio in 1991 with the title track from their debut Native Sons. The years immediately following offered three full-length records on Sire, with the band eventually calling it quits after their 1994 release Full-Empty. These days, frontman Jeff Heiskell is back offering new songs, a new band, and the same catchy, radio-friendly pop ditties that drove the ladies nuts back then. Steady yourself for a wild ride of familiar, collegiate progressions, Heiskell's ambitious, handsomely unshaven vocals and safe, nicely distorted guitar work. Don't call it a comeback!