"MAKING FRIENDS, MELTING WAX, AND FOLLOWING SPARKS - PHILADELPHIA'S NEXT GREAT BAND, FIRE IN THE RADIO" - WASHED UP EMO

Fire in the Radio sat down to talk with Mischa Pearlman following his compelling review of their record "New Air." You can check out the review and the full interview over at Washed Up Emo.

The Local premiere "Racing" at All Things Go

The kind folks at All Things Go are premiering the first single off The Local's debut "Reverie" EP due out May 18th. The Local are a powerful indie rock band whose combination of throwback punk influences, infused with sweeping atmospheric arrangements resemble something the band's producer Brian McTear (War on Drugs, Strand of Oaks, matt pond PA, Local Natives) describes as My Bloody Valentine meets Spoon meets Ennio Morricone. You can pre-order their new record here.

One Hundred Paces release "This Distance"; Premiere exclusive album stream at Impose Magazine

We are pleased to announce the release One Hundred Paces warm and elegant new album, "This Distance." The record, which Impose Magazine describes as "sparkling," and features "fresh song writing and tunes that you can listen to again and again" is currently premiering on their site. You can order your copy here.

Fire in the Radio release "New Air"; Premiere exclusive album stream and site takeover at New Noise Magazine

Fire in the Radio's fantastic new record "New Air" is out today. You can stream, download, and order it on your prefered platform here. In addition, the band is premiering an exclusive stream of their record and a site takeover at New Noise Magazine. You can stream the record over at Spotify and check out the video for the album first's single "New Air" below...

 

Fire in the Radio Premiere "New Air" at Impose Magazine

We will be releasing Fire in the Radio's sophomore album New Air on May 5th. The album is the follow-up to their 2015 acclaimed record Telemetry and can be pre-ordered now at Bandcamp. The shared "New Air," the first single from album, with Impose Magazine who said, "As an indie-punk ballad, the drawn-back vocals of “New Air” illustrate a phenomenal contrast to the soaring instrumentation found throughout the track. Taking a breath just before the latter third of the song, you find yourself happily lost in the noise and emotion of the chaos that eventually closes it out."

New Air was recorded with Steve Poponi at Gradwell House studios (Beach Slang, Into It. Over It.) with additional engineering by Angus Cooke. The record was mixed by Jesse Gander (Japandroids, White Lung) and mastered by Alan Douches.