Let Them All Talk, out June 26, is the first national release from San Diego's The Nervous Wreckords (featuring guitarist/vocalist/producer Brian Karscig of LOUIS XIV). "Indie pop" is not the band's favorite descriptor, but with catchy guitar riffs, sass-fueled lyrics, melodic choruses, and beats that dance, it’s hard not to call it pop music. Recorded on all Neve and '60s and '70s gear in Karscig's home studio, it can’t be called anything but independent. With nods to T-Rex, Prince and even some AC/DC, the band takes a fresh, forward-looking approach to their sound. Breakups, jealousy, beauty, and confidence (with a healthy dose of sexual tension) are all rolled into an album that sounds like a party you should’ve been at. In the two years since its formation, the band has toured and played with The Killers, Cee-Lo Green, Brandon Flowers, Florence + the Machine, Death Cab for Cutie, the Naked and Famous, and many more. The band has been busy in 2012 with finishing up the album, touring with Weezer, Yuck, Antlers and Wavves through the Caribbean, and preparing for their own US/Canada tour later this year.