New York punk rock band The Jukebox Romantics have signed with Paper + Plastick Records for the release of their new LP ‘Sleepwalk Me Home‘.
Since releasing their debut album on Altercation Records in 2009, The Jukebox Romantics have taken their talked-about live show from coast to coast including dates during Austin’s SXSW 2010/11/15 festivals, the Vans Warped Tour 2010-2012 and Gainesville’s The Fest 9 in late 2010.
The Jukebox Romantics are in your face, fun, soulful punk in the vein of bands like The Bouncing Souls, One Man Army, and Alkaline Trio.
Get a taste of the new album in the video clip for ‘Breaking Rad‘ below.
2011 saw the release of their second album, ‘A Lion and A Guy‘ as well as a fury of touring. They followed that with a self-released a limited 600 copy pressed EP ‘Hollywood is Dead‘ in late 2012 and then later for digital download on Death to False Hope Records.
More nomadic adventures ensued in 2013 as well as the recording for their 3rd full-length album. ‘Transmissions Down‘ was recorded in the 2013. Produced by Pete Steinkopf of The Bouncing Souls, they released the 7 inch ‘Plot Points‘& ‘Transmissions Down‘ in 2015 via their new home on Jailhouse Records.
2016 brought the boys back SXSW and back into the studio, this time with John Naclerio (Brand New, My Chemical Romance, The Ataris) producing. Before dropping that record, the guys made their way over the Atlantic for their first European Tour.
That record is lined up to be released in the coming months via their new home on Paper + Plastick.
The band made a name for them-selves from the beginning by hitting the road hard, endless touring, and their ferocious energetic live show. By conveying heart, and leaving their sweat and souls out on stage at every show, they remind you to have fun through music & friends and to never grow up!
Stay tuned for more album information and music soon.
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