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The Inoculated Canaries Fly High with New Music and Appearances

The Exciting Young New York Quartet Set to Sing and Glide Their Way to Stardom This Summer and Fall with Deep Grooves, Melodic Hooks and Exciting Live Performances

Imagine walking into a record store  and finding a vinyl that takes you back to a time, a decade, where songs had guitar solos, piano melodies and real drums. Think “OLD SCHOOL ROCK WITH A MODERN TWIST” and you’ve just about opened the Canaries’ cage.

On the heels of the release of their single and video for “Sneakers”, The Canaries are gearing up for their brand new song “Donna”, set to drop on the major services September 20th – with the video for the track coming out on Sept 26th.  Don’t miss their performance at Bowery Electric in NYC on Fri Sept 27th.

Singer/Guitarist Mike Rubin says “The lyrics to “Donna” are very tongue and cheek. The song is not meant to take itself too seriously.”

Upcoming Performances:

Mon July 29th – LIVE on 90.3 WHPC radio, Long Island (9pm EST)

Thurs Aug 8th – LIVE on 90.5 WBJB radio, NJ  (7pm EST)

Sun Aug 18th – LIVE at Revolution Bar & Music Hall

Fri Sept 27th – LIVE at Bowery Electric, NYC (8pm EST)

“The Inoculated Canaries are a four-piece rock outfit from New York City with influences they describe as including Led Zeppelin, Nirvana, The Black Keys and Pink Floyd. That Whitman’s Sampler of artists is certainly on prominent parade in the group’s straight up, grass-fed approach to the rock-n-roll realm’s thumping beats and six-string gymnastics.”- ON THE BACK EDGE OF THE BEAT

Eclectic, boundary defying, and never lacking in sarcastic remarks, The Inoculated Canaries (in.oc.u.lat.ed  ca.nar.ies) are a rock and roll force to be reckoned with. Hailing from New York, the “four guys who can’t dance” are striving to leave their musical legacy; inspired by artists such as Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, The Beatles, and Nirvana, The Inoculated Canaries are constantly pushing themselves to explore new, innovative sounds while making their presence known.

The unforgettable quartet is composed of Michael Rubin (guitar, vocals), James Terranova (drums), Dylan Gross (bass), and Brian Sweeney (keyboard). Coming from diverse backgrounds and varied musical influences, the band values creativity above all else; striving to combine familiar elements with the unexpected, The Inoculated Canaries attempt to make sense of individualism and humanity in the most honest way possible:

“We want to take those raw human emotions we all feel in the darkness of our minds and write songs about them. We’re not here to be rich or famous, we’re here to be great. To us, Greatness means making music that is real, and we are absolutely relentless about every single note. Greatness means learning from the best, but always being original.  Greatness is sometimes having to stick up your middle finger to authority, convention and even the person in the mirror… Side-Effects may include crying, laughing, a sudden sense of existential dread, and/or hearing-loss.”

The rockers are immensely passionate about the music they share and the experience they create for fans. The band had the opportunity to open for The Mowglis in 2017 , COIN in 2019 and played ‘Cult of Personality’ live with Will Calhoun and Doug Wimbish of Living Colour. The Inoculated Canaries also worked directly with Matt Squire (producer of Panic! at the Disco, Ariana Grande, The Used, Taking Back Sunday, Demi Lovato and more). They have also worked with producer David Caggiano (who worked with Art Garfunkel).

The Inoculated Canaries’ first EP “The Blue Laws” was soon followed by their single “Don’t Be Late”, a live prog performance “The Fifth Song” and an acoustic version of their song “Jericho”.  Their second EP “Trying Times” was also followed by singles “Count Me Out”, “Who Are You”, “The Lawyer’s Wife” and “Sneakers”.

For more info on The Inoculated Canaries,

Website: https://theinoculatedcanaries.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theinoculatedcanaries/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theinoculatedcanaries

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrltZFT46Qu4lZ4fbGgIUtQ

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/the-inoculated-canaries

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2xbllUZKJ2S7vk555hWwlA 

The Greeting Committee Release Music Video for “17”

“The Greeting Committee exudes youthful abandon on shimmery new single ’17.’

…This band needs to be on your radar.”

May 31, 2018 (Los Angeles, CA) Today, The Greeting Committee release a brand-new music video for their single,”17.” WATCH HERE.

This video came to fruition in a very unique way  Universal Music Group’s talented young college representatives worked with lead singer Addie Sartino on the treatment and creation of the video from start to finish. Their youthful vision and creativity resulted in a visual component which perfectly fits the song’s emotion and narrative.

On the song, the critically acclaimed Kansas City quartet infuse sunny, shimmering guitars with youthful spirit and vivid lyricism. Co-written with Jack Kennedy and produced by Andrija Tokic (Alabama Shakes), it’s as cinematic as it is catchy. The single provides the perfect precursor to the groups’ forthcoming new album, stay tuned for more details.

The band recently wrapped a North American tour supporting Jukebox the Ghost. Their energetic live show captured the attention of audiences across the country after their Pittsburgh set, AXS wrote that The Greeting Committee quickly won over the crowd with their energy and catchy songs. Twin Cities Media praised, “If every band had the amount of energy that Addie had last night I would never have a complaint about a live show, there’s no denying the power behind The Greeting Committee’s live shows,” while Music In Minnesota agreed, “The Greeting Committee put on one of the best performances from an opening act I’ve ever seen in my life.”

Between high school classes in their native Kansas City, The Greeting Committee quietly stirred up a following with their 2015 debut EP It’s Not All That Bad, which caught the attention of Lazlo Geiger, a radio personality from 96.5 The Buzz. The lead single “Hands Down” impressively generated 10 million-plus streams as the band went on touring with the likes of MisterWives, Tennis, The Mowglis, Saint Motel, and Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, as well as making a splash at Lollapalooza and SXSW. “17″ is their first new release since their 2017 sophomore EP Meeting People Is Easy.

The Greeting Committee are: Addie Sartino (vocals), Brandon Yangmi (guitar), Pierce Turcotte (bass), and Austin Fraser (drums).