Jack + Eliza share “Quarter Past The Hour” + #3 Most Added on College Radio

JACK + ELIZA SHARE NEW SONG “QUARTER PAST THE HOUR”

VIA INTERVIEW MAGAZINE 

DEBUT ALBUM GENTLE WARNINGS LANDS AT COLLEGE RADIO CHARTS AS #3 MOST ADDED ALBUM

OUT ON YEBO MUSIC AUGUST 7TH

PLAYING BROOKLYN’S GIGAWATTS FESTIVAL

AND RELEASE WEEK RESIDENCY AT ELVIS GUEST HOUSE IN NYC

As Jack + Eliza prepare for the August 7th release of their debut album Gentle Warnings, the New York City duo have shared their song “Quarter Past The Hour” via Interview Magazine. Gentle Warnings made a splash last week on the college radio charts as the #3 most added album with 54 adds. In the run up to the album release the band will also take the stage at Brooklyn’s Giggawatts Festival July 25th at The Wick, with a residency at Elvis Guest House to follow from August 4th through 6th. Stream the new song “Quarter Past The Hour” and view show information below.

Stream “Quarter Past The Hour” on Interview Magazine via SoundCloud:

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“Taking cues from The Beach Boys, The Mamas & the Papas, The Kinks, and other bands from the ’50s and ’60s, Manhattan-based duo Jack + Eliza put their own modern twist on surf-rock, tinged with nostalgia and melancholic memories.”- Interview Magazine

Watch the short film for “White Satin”:

Pre-Order Gentle Warnings on iTunes Stream “Diamonds” on SoundCloud 

Upcoming Tour Dates:

JULY

25 – Brooklyn, NY – The Wick (Gigawatts Festival)

AUGUST

04 – New York, NY – Elvis Guest House

05 – New York, NY – Elvis Guest House

06 – New York, NY – Elvis Guest House

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