Propelled by a desire to rekindle a fulfilling musical partnership and motivated by a lingering feeling that they had some unfinished business to take care of, 90s alternative rock band Acid Test have reformed and have released a powerful, delightfully raw and insistent new six-song EP called Jus’ Rite.
Twenty-five years after the release of their major label debut album Drop (Sire/Warner), the wizened and revitalized band, comprised of original members Lucy Di Santo (vocals), guitarist Steve Fall, keyboardist/producer Adam (Atom) Percy, and new drummer Tim van de Ven are picking up from where they left off.
With a renewed sense of purpose and the creative energy they experienced in putting together the new EP, the members of Acid Test are excited by what lies ahead, including the opportunity to reconnect with their fans and lure new ones into the fold.
The music on Jus’ Rite is vital, relevant, filled with powerful emotional and musical statements, and a dynamic that ranges from contemplative to kick ass and everything in between.
It can be boldly proclaimed that Acid Test is back, and they are ready to tackle that unfinished business.