Rehasher To Release Cover Album Tasty Slices In Summer 2021


Rehasher set to release a cover album Tasty Slices in summer of 2021. The first single comes out on Friday, 11th June. The band led by Roger Lima of Less Than Jake will take on some rock classics with a Beatles song as a first single. 

Roger Lima, known as bass player and lead singer of ska-punk legends Less Than Jake created Rehasher with a way harder, sometimes hardcore sounding skate punk back in the early 2000s with Lima playing guitar instead of bass. After two albums and several single releases, Rehasher is back with a wholly different approach: Tasty Slices will be a full cover album. You will always recognize Lima for his unforgettable voice.

Rehasher - Tasty Slices: Vol 1

Roger and his band created exquisite punk rock covers of songs like Next To You by The Police, Jungle Love by Steve Miller Band, or Peace Of Mind by Boston. Of course, there’s not only classic rock songs: A highlight is a song 1901 by Phoenix., but fans of Me First And The Gimme Gimmes or Punk Rock Factory will fall in love with the pop-punk approaches to classics and some of the favorite songs of band that probably are the lesser-known by the legends that wrote them.

A good example of both the unique approaches to the songs as well as not taking Track 1 from a best-of album will be the first single to be released on Friday 10th June. “And Your Bird Can Sing” by The Beatles first appeared on their 1966 album Revolver – Rehasher so far made a mystery of their new song on their socials, keeping the fans in the dark about what’s to come.

SBÄM Records (Europe) and Smartpunk Records (North America) will release Tasty Single Slices in late summer 2021, right before Lima will hopefully return on tour with Less Than Jake. You can check out the first single below.

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