“Free Love” on NeuFutur:

Beaux Cheveux’s “Free Love” is an interesting composition that effortlessly move through electronic, indie rock, and slinky nineties alternative music.  The track’s alluring vocals match well with a crunchy election section and a sizzling guitar line that is interlaced through the cut. Free Love is funky, engrossing, and will keep fans interested from the first note all the way until the final gasp from Beaux Cheveux. While Free Love exceeds the five minute mark, there are enough twists and turns presented here that fans will continue to find something interesting even a few months in to their first spin.

Music-News and “Free Love:”

Essentially Pop’s review of “Free Love:”

Artistrack and “Free Love:”

Vents Magazine and “Free Love:”

Thanks Exposed Vocals! Cool lil’ interview with both Adrian and Clem here:

“Deeper Feeling on Skope Mag:

Thanks NeuFutur!

Deeper Feeling has a retro vibe to it. Bits of Beck and The Breeders can be heard in the airy sound of the vocals and the crunchy sound of the guitar, drums, and bass. The laid-back sound of this effort draws back to an earlier seventies musical tradition. Quirky, fan, and infectious as all get out, Beaux Cheveux’s Deeper Feeling is an effort that will hold up to repeat spins. It is so different from the rest of the music that you’d hear on college radio stations while having a close and cozy sound that shines through throughout.

GuitarWorld has debuted the second video, “Free Love”!
Check it!

Here’s a fun romp of a song and video with funkified rhythmic guitar, driving drums and a free flowing vibe. It’s “Free Love” from two-piece super-group Beaux Cheveux.

Guitarist Adrian “Angus” Conner of Hell’s Belles and drummer Clementine (Bonzo) of Zepparella have joined forces to break down all boundaries and flex their considerable muscle in the world of original music. Beaux Cheveux’s full-length debut album RO SHAM BO will be released on December 15, 2017. Pre-orders happen here:

Clementine shares, “’Free Love’ started out with lyrics expressing frustration with current events and the lack of love in the world, and my hippie notion: ‘Can’t we all just get along? Doesn’t love make everything all right?’ Adrian came up with a sexy little ‘wakkawakka’ and the dance-number celebration was born.”

RO SHAM BO is an exquisite nine tracks that place one foot in the future with electronic textured instruments, and the other foot in the roots of 70’s rock where guitar and monster drums reigned supreme. Together, Adrian and Clementine have conjured up their trippy, Dream Pop style. “Free Love” is a danceable romp in the hay.

Artistrack shared the video too!

Thanks Essentially Pop!

‘Deeper Feeling’, the first track from Beaux Cheveaux’s debut album, ‘Ro Sham Bo’, is Tom Tom Club meets Bananarama, and kicks off with a classic 70s guitar, held together with a clean drum, and some layered electronic samples. Harmonising vocals in the chorus make for an incredible release after the tight beat. It’s a compelling sonic landscape, and is accompanied by an organic, home-grown video, featuring the pair spending time with nature, impersonating animals, singing to skulls…and of course, jamming. They show that they take everything seriously, but not themselves, which is quite refreshing.

Huffington Post has a killer review of the video:

Beaux Cheveux melds dirty, distortion filled slide guitar licks with feel good pop melodies. If Marnie Stern and the Beach Boys were holed up together in secluded bungalow, they might come up with “Deeper Feeling.” The video for this playful and sonically rich song cuts between images of guitarist and singer Adrian Conner frolicking on beaches and in fields wearing horse and chicken masks and sitting in a room shredding it on guitar. The impulses to rock out and chill are constantly smashing up against each other but with a gentle caress instead of a mosh pit shove.

Clementine writes about the creation of Beaux Cheveux on her blog
Bliss and Drumming, here.
You can also hear her read the blog post on her iTunes podcast HERE.

Guitar Player Magazine has debuted the first song/video “Deeper Feeling!”