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 just released their self-titled debut EP!
The band previously unveiled EP opener “Cam Girl,” a track that is testament to their signature live, present & passionate sound. Now, they share EP cut “Trip Into The Light,” an up-tempo, unadulterated rock joint with raw vocals & foot-stomping drumbeats. The “Trip Into The Light” MP3 premiered with WNYC,
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!
12/28: Detroit, MI @ The Lager House
12/29: Toledo, OH @ MainStreet (w/ Foxy Shazam)
12/31: New York, NY @ The Bowery Electric (w/ Jim Jones Revue)
“…with that kicked-in speaker distortion hitting you like a blast of rock salt to the chest, it’s clear this is a song that’s meant to be felt.”
“…recapturing the early days of rock and roll before over produced, auto-tuned songs became the radio norm.” – Buzznet
“…riffs that ring right out of tin can speakers from vintage pump-stations and greased up garages…” – Impose Magazine