Psychedelic surf rock.


John and Andy have been playing in other people's bands for the last 7 years, but Sacco is their own.

Recorded in a tiny New York City apartment and a borrowed vacation rental, their first release sounds like a mix of everything they've learned along the way. Andy's attention to detail balances out John's soulful sloppiness, and John's love for grammar and verbiage helps Andy when he's having a difficult time completing a thought. Chris (also a California transplant) plays drums and fits right in.

Sacco sings about alcoholic preachers and homeless teens; about human relationships and sleeping in late. Parts of their record were made outdoors; listen closely and you may hear a beer spilling, a bird cawing or the neighbors yelling.