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NJ Post-Punkers The Antics Return With New Single “When I’m Alone”

Mike Mehalick December 11, 2014 News No Comments

The Antics

My love for NJ post-punk outfit The Antics is well documented on this platform. Each new release charts a growth consistent beyond their years, with a big 2015 in the cross hairs.

Now, The Antics return with a two song split, “When I’m Alone” & “Transmission”. The former is available for streaming below and the latter can be purchased on iTunes.

The Antics looked to push their sound with producer Marty Munsch (Violent Society) and producer/engineer Bob Both (James Brown) of Twain Recording for the tracks and their forthcoming EP slated for release next year.

“When I’m Alone” tracks through a weary eyed opening bass line setting up wistful acoustic strums and Luke Meisenbacher’s Alex Turner-esque croon. Stream “When I’m Alone” below and look for more from The Antics soon.

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