GRMLN Dropped The Lead Single, “Teenage Rhythm”, To His Debut LP Empire

Chris Rotolo March 22, 2013 News No Comments

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Possibly inspired by his fellow Southern California brethren in WavvesGRMLN has made a shift on the songwriting spectrum from Dreamy pieces of prickly Pop to a churning piece of Surf-Punk in the artist’s lead single, “Teenage Rhythm”, to a debut full-length titled Empire slated to drop on June 4th via Car Park Records.

In contrast to past tracks like “Night Racer”, GRMLN’s latest release is an explosive pice of melodious Rock for the shaggy-headed beach comber complete with dismissive refrains urging the listener to “get out” while acting as community building anthem for disaffected pit bosses in basement dwellings across the nation.  Stream “Teenage Rhythm” below and stay tuned for more on GRMLN.

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