Following the recent release of their second album, Middle Class Rut's Zack Lopez sat down with Music Radar to discuss the evolution of his band, specifically focusing on their expanding live lineup and the gear that the band relies on to form their distinctive sound.
The day is finally here. Middle Class Rut's 'Pick Up Your Head' arrives in stores today (June 25) and the duo of Zack Lopez and Sean Stockham are looking forward to a summer on the road promoting the new disc. The album has already spawned the hit single 'Aunt Betty,' with plenty more expected to follow.
Middle Class Rut may just consist of two official members, but frontman Zack Lopez says that there is one other person who they consider as the unofficial third member -- director Lance Drake. The auteur has been behind the lens for their two most successful videos -- 'New Low' and the recently released 'Aunt Betty' -- and Lopez tells Noisecreep that their kinship was immediate.
Middle Class Rut's singer/guitarist Zack Lopez and vocalist Sean Stackham have been playing together since they were 13 years old and living in Sacramento, Calif., so it's safe to say they're musical soul mates. It didn't come easy, t
"We wanna thank Alice in Chains for getting us out of Sacramento," Middle Class Rut guitarist Zack Lopez graciously said before the band played their last song on March 9. The California-stationed duo was one hell of an opener, even though they only played for half an hour. The
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