Step Rockets Share New Single ‘West Coast’ From Upcoming EP ‘Future Nature’ Out On April 15th

Hear the first single “West Coast” from Step Rocket’s new EP

‘Future Nature,’ out April 15th

Reminiscent of Twin Shadow, this Minneapolis four piece makes catchy, anthemic jams with just the right balance of synth layers – The Wild Honey Pie

…combines classic indie rock elements with some pretty vibrant synth work – Indie Shuffle 

Minneapolis’s finest, Step Rockets, are clearly onto something  – Neon Gold 

(Kisser) is a whip-smart song that has fallen into an endless kaleidoscope-hued fog filled chasm…super catchy – City Pates

Kings favorite, Step Rockets, has now garnered 107,000 views on Soundcloud in one month – Kings of A&R


“West Coast”, the new single from Minneapolis’ Step Rockets, picks up where the band left off. Mixed by Mark Needham (The Killers, Moby), the single quickly kicks into the band’s signature blend of pop rock and the Minneapolis sound; and the band has never sounded bigger. A return to form for the Minneapolis-based band, “West Coast” marries that Minneapolis sensibility with a tribal pop-rock sound. The radio-friendly track is infused with a certain worldliness, kicking off with an eastern-inspired synth. This song will make you want to move.

Listen to “West Coast” on Soundcloud

‘Future Nature,’ coming out April 15th on Harbour / Caroline Records, is the new EP from Step Rockets, who were previously likened to Cold War Kids, Atlas Genius and Born Ruffians by Indie Shuffle. ‘Future Nature’ showcases Step Rockets’ full palette with previous single “Kisser” and summery Motown-influenced “Love Is Just A Chemical,” among others.


 Step Rockets will be on tour this spring in support of the new EP and the first single, “West Coast”.


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