Photo credit: Brian Hahn
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 has been riding high on a wave of success: “Trip Into The Light,” from their recently released self-titled debut EP, is currently featured in the Tom Cruise epic, Edge of Tomorrow– the only independent artist on the soundtrack!
Today, the band have unveiled the accompanying video for EP cut “Right Out Of Love,” a ‘50s-flavored rock & roll slow jam with melodic basslines & falsetto vocals. On the song & video, Jeremy elaborates: “It’s a love song about falling out of love. Most relationships don’t end in some climactic tragedy, they just end. It’s such a serious situation when two people break up. But anything taken too seriously usually has an element of humor to it as well, and that is the idea we are trying to present in both the song and the video.” Check out the suspenseful “Right Out Of Love” video where it premiered with Paste Magazine
Jeremy and The Harlequins prove that the gritty soul of American rock music is still very much alive & well. Stay tuned for more news from the band coming soon!
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