Snakedoctors is a rock band from Poland. In July-September of 2020 they recorded songs for their debut album entitled “Obligation”. In November and December they released the singles “Life’s No Prison” and “Jeff Johnson Spoke”, while they dropped the album on 22nd of December.
Snakedoctors quote grunge, new wave and country hill blues as their inspirations. One of their members used to play in US band, the Implants, formerly known as the Shriners and Splinter. Snakedoctors are four friends having a great time playing music, and who love in one take.
Mixed by Chris Bolster at Abbey Road Studios in London, and Mastered by Andy ‘Hippy’ Baldwin at Metropolis Studios in London, “Jeff Johnson Spoke” is a song about how getting together is not all that complicated. All you need is to want and try.
Definitely it’s no nuclear science. Even though lyrics discuss: sodium carbonate, force, electrolysis, vorce (a cylindrical cell that has graphite anodes and a steel cathode with an asbestos diaphragm) – give yourself a chance.
The character name used in the “Jeff Johnson Spoke” song title is fictitious. No identification with actual persons (living or deceased) is intended or should be inferred. Snakedoctors is on radio rotation with the track “Jeff Johnson Spoke”, “Decent Obligation” and “Life’s No Prison”