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Bronze Radio Return Debut Album Preview

February 9, 2019

Bronze Radio Return has recently dropped their 4-track EP, Check Two, and will be dropping their full-length album, Entertain You, on February 22. It includes a mix of previously released singles and new songs for you all to hear.

 

The band’s latest singles “With Me All Along”, “Come With Us”, “There Will Be Another,” and “Temple” will also be featured in the full-length 12-track album. In addition to Check Two’s tracks, the album includes Check One’s 4 songs “Ready To Go”, “Door Closes”, “Daylight”, and “The Storm”.

 

Band members Chris Henderson, Rob Griffith, Patrick Fetkowitz, Matt Warner, and Bob Tanen have created undeniably upbeat and catchy songs mainly comprised of indie-pop and rock. One of their unique features is that their music has been placed as part of many movies and television shows including Shameless, 90210, St. Vincent, Catfish, as well as placements in commercials for Starbucks, The PGA Tour, and Fox Sports advertisements. Because of this, they’ve been dubbed “the band you’ve probably heard, but haven’t heard of”.

 

If you need any other reason to listen to Bronze Radio Return’s music, their inspiration for creating this album just might encourage you to search Spotify for their name. "This latest collection of songs is a culmination of our many adventures together over the years,” the band states, “It’s a representation of an evolving creative process that changes with time and perspective. The throwback elements are still there, but we want listeners to breathe the fresh air of a sound they haven’t yet expected from us."

 

Accompanying the upcoming album, Bronze Radio Return is also currently on a tour that began on January 25 in Pittsburgh, PA and wrapping up on April 7 in Nashville, TN. Check for a date near you here!

 

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