Jounce’s New Record Returns Listeners To The Idea Of A Live Tracked Album And Brings Them On The Road In March
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Brooklyn, NY — March 2, 2018 — Jounce released their newest album, “The I.V Lab Studios Session” after a live recording session during a tour last year came out so well and decided to release the tracks. They are planning a 16 date tour beginning 3/8 that takes them to the Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, and Midwest.
Cut live, their latest release gives the listener a look at the blueprint for a live Jounce performance with covers included. Recorded in under 3 hours, the band ran through most of their touring set from 2017 twice and took the best cuts of each song. As the word, “live” is the spirit of the recording, the band will embark on a 16 date tour beginning March 8th. Most people know bassist and singer from the cult TV show, The Adventures of Pete and Pete, and many Jounce fans find their way through their fandom of the show. Covers like The Dead Kennedys, Moon Over Marin, keeps with that fandom as many iconic punk rockers guested on the Nickelodeon show.
This latest release is the first with their drummer of 2 years, Tim Kuhl (Sean Lennon’s Ghost of A Sabertooth Tiger, Margaret Glaspy)
Bassist and vocalist Danny Tamberelli (aka Little Pete from Nickelodeon’s Adventures of Pete and Pete) said, “this recording is an advertisement for our live show. It was cut on day 11 of a 15-day tour, so we were able to capture that moment in time.”
3/8 Quinn’s Beacon, NY
3/9 Steel Stacks Bethlehem, PA
3/10 Snommegang Oneonta NY
3/14 Revolution Amityville, NY
3/15 PST New Haven, CT
3/16 Ortliebs Philadelphia, PA
3/17 Wicked Weed Brewery Asheville, NC
3/18 New Brookland Tavern Columbia, SC
3/19 Swayzes Marietta, GA
3/20 Crossroads Murfreesboro, TN
3/21 Subterranean Chicago, IL
3/22 Louies Backroom Kalamazoo, MI
3/23 Bossy Grrls Pinup Joint Columbus, OH
3/24 Blind Bob’s Dayton, OH
3/25 MOTR Pub Cincinnati, OH
3/30 APYC Asbury Park, NJ
The new album evokes a time where bands came through a studio with an hour or two to spend and a dream of a great record. Jounce went in only to cut a live session and it turned into a full-fledged release. This process has pushed the band to really embrace the live aspect of the show. Look for most of these songs along with some new originals and covers at their shows this winter/spring.
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