New York state pop punk kings RECKLESS SERENADE will unleash their indie-tinged mayhem on tour in support of their new single “Take Me Back To The Summer” starting October 10. The song hit the web as a free download on October 1, and the accompanying music video features an old man feeling nostalgic about his past playing in a band with his friends, so he inspires his old band mates to leave their mundane jobs for one final performance. View it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlF0rHKtWkM
Coined after an Arctic Monkeys track of the same name, the five high school friends in Reckless Serenade formed the band in 2012, instantly connecting after their musicality matched their ambitions. Their strong work ethic lead to a large local following while their brash playing and smooth songwriting recalls the likes of Coheed & Cambria and My Chemical Romance, earning praise from alternative listeners wherever they go.
Their debut full-length, Chasing Lights, came out in August 2013, reaching the Top 30 at College Radio. Their earlier six song self-titled EP (Fervor Records) has been featured on Fox Sports, and single “Two Years Too Late” won mtvU’s The Freshmen in May 2014, proving the band’s music has inescapable staying power.
Reckless Serenade is Cory Brent (vocals), Mark Neidhardt (guitar), Steve Zeiss (bass), Matt Ruggiero (drums), and Will Prinzi (guitar).
|Oct 10 – The Grape Room – Philadelphia, PA
Oct 11 – Matthiessen Park – Irvington, NY
Oct 12 – Hollis Woods Community Church – Queens, NY
Oct 16 – Fontana’s Bar – New York, NY
|Oct 17 – The Sad Café – Plaistow, NH
Oct 18 – Heirloom Arts Theatre – Danbury, CT
Oct 31 – SUNY Fredonia – Fredonia, NY
Nov 1 – Post 282 – Harrison, NJ
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