New Junk City is back with “Rosey”
New Junk City Release “Rosey”
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If you’re not familiar with New Junk City, now is a perfect time to get to know them. The Atlanta-based punk group have announced that they have signed to Pittsburgh-indie A-F Records and will be releasing a new album titled Beg A Promise in the fall. The lead single “Rosey” sounds like a lost gem plucked from a 90’s alternative station. With shimmering guitars and a huge chorus complimented by “nah, nah, nah’s”, it’s a song that would fit perfectly between The Lemonheads and Gin Blossoms. What I’m saying is that you absolutely have to listen to this. “Rosey” is streaming now on all of your preferred digital platforms.
Atlanta punk band New Junk City writes heartfelt, catchy songs that have been described as “Tom Petty as played by Green Day.” One savvy reviewer supposed that they must have spent their childhood listening to their parents’ Gin Blossoms CD in the car, which the band is fine with, except it wasn’t their parents’, and it was definitely a Blink-182 CD. Currently on tour nowhere, because the world is ending, you can find their music on the internet.”
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