AC/DC’s Let There Be Rock, ‘77 refers directly to the year 1977. While the name was originally suggested in
jest it has now stuck with the Catalans through five albums, the latest of which is the new album, Bright
Gloom. Obviously, the name joke is now serious and permanent. So, too are ‘77’s plans to expand upon and
move outward from the early AC/DC-isms of 2010’s 21st Century Rock and 2011’s High Decibels.
“Well, the new album and Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us are actually poles apart,” compares ‘77 guitarist/backing
vocalist LG Valeta. “In general, Nothing’s had a more bright, happy feeling to it. Bright Gloom is darker and
with a kinda sad, angry or melancholic feeling. But they both have something in common: they are honest
albums, made from the very deep of our souls. They both have an insane amount of work behind them and
dedication to make the best possible record given the circumstances. And they both show what ‘77 are: a
hardworking band that loves to make and play rock ‘n’ roll.”
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