Having released their debut single back in 2014, The Heart Attacks scramble their creative ideas together once more to deliver a full-length album by the name of ‘One Beer Left’. In order to get the job done however, a new vocalist was recruited to their ranks by the name of Dusty Dave who applies a rather distinctive touch when it comes to the vocal department. With The Heart Attacks comprising of Lucky Steve (guitar), Dynamite White (blues harp), Rockin’ Bende (drums) and Ray Black (bass), who also served as producer for the record, Dusty Dave is in fine company as all concerned produce a mixture of predominantly raw blues songs. Such descriptions of the band’s sound are noticeable from the opening blast of harmonica that introduces ‘Candyman Boogie’, and then followed by the rattlin’ rockin’ blues of ‘Ride & Roll’ and solid pace of ‘Good Rockin’ Rhythm’. ‘One Beer Left’ is not all about foot to the floor blues belters though, because there are slower tempos such as ‘Tough Enough’, with Dusty Dave’s vocal sounding more modern and revealing a different side to his vocal capabilities, to the catchy rhythm and reflective vocal of ‘Come Inside’, before ending up at the bottom of the blues barrel, emotionally, with two dark and gritty compositions namely ‘Champion Of The Blues’ and the album’s title track. There is a genuine feel of the entire band ploughing their way through a live set considering the flowing nature of each and every song, which was achieved due to the band performing together in the same room and with the recording being tracked live (Listen to ‘Worried Mind’, for example, which really projects the sentiments of its title). They may only have ‘One Beer Left’, but judging by the passion and musicianship at the centre of this record, Dusty Dave & The Heart Attacks certainly give a good account of themselves via their current record.