Thank you for Reading! On your next view you will be asked to log in or create an account to continue reading. Thank you for Reading! On your next view you will be asked to log in to your subscriber account or create an account and subscribepurchase a subscription to continue reading. Print Plus subscribers receive a mailed copy of the News&Guide every week, access to content on our website and e-editions of the News&Guide and Daily. Digital Plus subscribers receive access to our website content and e-editions of the News&Guide and Daily. Digital Monthly subscribers receive access to our website content and e-editions of the News&Guide and Daily for 30 days. Digital Weekly subscribers receive access to our website content and e-editions of the News&Guide and Daily for 7 days. On the cover of their latest single, “Front Seat,” the members of the Cleveland band Racket Man pose in retro monochromatic outfits. Bassist Chris Seaman sports a cap that reads “high life,” keyboardist Tyler Elwing squats in a triple-XL yellow T-shirt with no pants on, and guitarist Tommy Marx has the earnest look of a car mechanic circa 1985 with his dark blue coveralls, mullet and mu...