Flavorwire premieres “Tired” from The Wans upcoming debut LP, saying that they “mix the well-trodden influences of Black Sabbath and Jimmy Page, combining them with grunge’s most thrashing elements, and ending up somewhere between Queens of the Stone Age and The Dead Weather.”

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Nashville has no shortage of promising rock bands, but The Wans are one to keep an eye out for well outside of Music City. Hell, you may have heard them already: they’ve opened for Pearl Jam and Beck, and been featured on a number of TV shows and sporting events (including, yes, Nashville).

On the band’s debut album, He Said, She Said (out September 9 and produced by alt-country’s new favorite producer, Dave Cobb), they mix the well-trodden influences of Black Sabbath and Jimmy Page, combining them with grunge’s most thrashing elements, and ending up somewhere between Queens of the Stone Age and the Dead Weather. Flavorwire is pleased to premiere “Tired,” a cut from He Said, She Said in which unrelenting percussion reiterates singer Simon Kerr’s frustrated scream. LISTEN HERE…

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