Label: Rolling Records Release Date: June 10, 2022
Jan Stenfors might be not a name that many people in rock scene can identify, but Nasty Suicide should be known to many as a founding member of Hanoi Rocks. While the other members of the band always have been seen here and there, Stenfors remained quiet. Here and there he was seen on guest appearances or he contributed to the Michael Monroe album, but he has not released any of his own music since the 90’s. Now almost 60 years old, Nasty is back with his family band, and he talks about the story behind it in our VIDEO INTERVIEW. Stenfors releases indeed a family album, literally, because it was produced with Jan’s father, brother, daughter, wife and other members of the family, released now on 10th of June.
He has not forgotten how to play during all those years, his guitar licks are still awesome and his family is no less talented. From Classic Rock songs to some Country and Blues, you can find a little bit of everything on the album. What’s most impressing, they are all very nice and honest songs that take you on a ride back in time. With “Sweet Sue” you’re sitting in a Studebaker and ride the streets of a 40/50s town, while “Boiling my Eggs” takes you to the Bluesy Southern States of USA. With “Then it’s Gone” we have the first single release of the album which lets you dive deep into a Finnish Midsummer night, when the sun won’t go down. Nice, soft rising up to a twisty rocking sound, there’s a song for everyone on this Family album. Actually, I think every musical family should create an album like this. A wonderful Idea. Give it a try, buy the record and support Nasty and his family.