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THE LICKERISH QUARTET (Roger Joseph Manning Jr., Tim Smith, Eric Dover, Formerly Of Jellyfish) Release Lyric Video For “Fadoodle” From Debut EP, ‘Threesome Vol. 1,’ Due Out May 15

THE LICKERISH QUARTET (Roger Joseph Manning Jr., Tim Smith, Eric Dover, Formerly Of Jellyfish) Release Lyric Video For “Fadoodle” From Debut EP, ‘Threesome Vol. 1,’ Due Out May 15


THE LICKERISH QUARTET–Roger Joseph Manning Jr. (Beck, Air, Cheap Trick, Imperial Drag), Tim Smith (Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, The Finn Brothers, Sheryl Crow, Umajets) and Eric Dover (Imperial Drag, Slash’s Snakepit, Alice Cooper, Sextus)—have released the second video from their highly anticipated debut EP, THREESOME VOL. 1 EP, which is set for release on May 15 via The Lickerish Quartet/Label Logic, as distributed by Ingrooves. Pre-orders are now available here. The first single, “Lighthouse Spaceship,” was recently released on the band’s official YouTube page.

oday, the lyric video for “Fadoodle”—created by Todd Productions, Inc.–premiered exclusively on the band’s Facebook page. It can also be viewed now on the band’s official YouTube page.

Fadoodle” is a Dover-driven look at how to rekindle the fires of a long-entrenched relationship. “Well, I’m always looking for new ways to say dirty things,” Dover observes with a laugh. “I found a big list of naughty words from back in the day for what people used to denote fornication. It’s fascinating, because this has the distinction of being a pop song that has the world’s oldest slang yet is released in the 21st Century.” Adds Manning, “This one has that eighth-note driving thing that was a big part of the glitter sound of the early punk wave, so it’s got that kind of energy right out of the gate. Thankfully, once we had Eric’s lyric in place, it was just a free-for-all in having fun with the vocal interplay.”

While THE LICKERISH QUARTET don’t anticipate playing any live dates together anytime soon, they can confirm there are two more four-song EPs waiting in the wings, if demand warrants their release. Acknowledges Manning, “Realizing original ideas of my own is the most gratifying thing about making music, and the natural progression of what the three of us are doing together is you want to share it with people.” Declares Dover, “I’m always going to have time for doing music with these two people, even if we don’t live near each other. And if we only do two songs instead of 12, then we only do two. I’m cool with that.” Concludes Smith, “There’s a level of trust between collaborators who all share the same general goal. Only that can keep it interesting and push it even further to where it can go. At the end of the day, as long as all three of us are excited and inspired with what we come up with, we’ll figure out a way to do more of it.”

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About Bryan Joe Corder (3919 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.

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