Coming off their third LP, 2016’s Into the Night, Jeremy & The Harlequins are exploring new sonic heights and songwriting techniques on “Little One,” which was recorded in LA’s Boyle Heights and legendary Beachwood Canyon with Rick Parker (Lord Huron, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Scott Weiland & The Wildabouts).

“’Little One’ is the end result of contemplating a temporary romantic relationship I knew wouldn’t last, a handful of Gene Vincent records, a bottle of cab, and me with an acoustic guitar in an empty NY apartment for the weekend while my roommates were out of town,” explains vocalist Jeremy Fury. This band is no stranger to independent success, which ultimately led to their signing with Yep Roc Records two years ago, as well as a supporting spot with Eli Paperboy Reed on an East Coast tour in 2016

To gain some behind-the-scenes insight into their world, Fury has concocted a rocktastic playlist to add some pep to your step. “Here’s our top ten favorite tunes that came out this month. And yes, all these tunes are played with real instruments,” he declares. “Summer ain’t over yet!”

Track List:
1) Little One – Jeremy & The Harlequins

2) The Evil Has Landed – Queens of the Stoneage

3) Controversy – Low Cut Connie

4) Lucky Penny – JD McPherson

5) Listen Up – Nicole Atkins

6) Run Through The Desert – The Cunning

7) Something to Remember Me By – The Horrors

8) For What It’s Worth – Liam Gallagher

9) Carin at the Liquor Store – The National

10) The War on Drugs – Pail

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