New York garage rock’n’roll five-piece Jeremy & The Harlequins released their debut album American Dreamer in 2015 and its follow-up Into The Night in 2016. Momentum started to gather.
“Trip Into The Light”, the first song on American Dreamer, was featured in the Tom Cruise movie Edge Of Tomorrow. It was also voted 2015’s ‘coolest track in the world’ by the listeners of Little Steven’s Underground Garage radio show, and topped the Best of 2015 Readers and Fans’ Poll of New York’s emerging music magazine The Deli. The band even enlisted The Big Short actor John Magaro to direct the video for “Into The Night.”
That momentum continues to push the band forward with their third album Remember This , and second on ultra cool US label Yep Roc, released in 2017. Each track is one part of a brand new whole, a sound that lead singer Jeremy Lublin terms “new American rock’n’roll.” Because these are songs which span the past, present and future, songs which are deeply rooted in the history of rock’n’roll but which brim with urgency of now.
Now Jeremy & The Harlequins play in the UK for the first time and will be performing on BBC TVs Andrew Marr show on March 10th.
Support from Damn Good Reason and young Oxford band TMA
“Jeremy & The Harlequins are poised to start a classic rock ‘n’ roll revival” – NYLON
“…the New York five-piece wants nothing less than to lead a full-blown rock ‘n’ roll revival…” – Consequence of Sound
“…a prodigal return to the classic rock that jolted an entire nation.” – Paste
“Jeremy & the Harlequins still believe in the power of rock n’ roll.” – Popmatters
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