Jeremy and The Harlequins Unveil 'Cam Girl' MP3; Self-Titled EP Out 12/17
In an era of digitized, recycled beats, Brooklyn-based quintet Jeremy and The Harlequins are a welcome breath of fresh air. A modern, energizing take on the best of classic American rock & roll, the band's sound conjures inspiration from the likes of Roy Orbison, Buddy Holly, and Elvis Presley. Jeremy and The Harlequins will release their self-titled debut EP on December 17th!
Jeremy and The Harlequins EP cut "Cam Girl" opens with handclaps & a flurry of guitar, rapidly launching into harmonious, upbeat vocals & a deliciously infectious chorus. Complete with tongue-in-cheek lyrics, the track is testament to the band's signature live, present & passionate sound. The "Cam Girl" MP3 premiered with Buzznet, and is available to post & share HERE.
The self-titled EP also includes "Right Out of Love," a '50s-flavored rock & roll slow jam with melodic basslines & falsetto vocals. "Trip Into The Light," meanwhile, is an uptempo, unadulterated rock joint with raw vocals & foot-stomping drum beats. With the Jeremy and The Harlequins EP, the band prove that the gritty soul of American rock music is still very much alive and well.
Jeremy and The Harlequins consists of brothers Jeremy & Stevie Fury (We Are The Fury), Craig Bonich (Head Automatica), Nathan Cogan & Patrick Meyer. The band came together somewhat serendipitously, spending less than week in a whirlwind of rehearsals & recorded their debut self-titled EP at Detroit's famous Tempermill Studios (The White Stripes, Loretta Lynn).
Stay tuned for more news from Jeremy and The Harlequins coming soon!