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still from Jeremy & The Harlequins’ Into the Night music video. There's a very real life feeling to this video too - it doesn't present anything in a fanciful manner, but I think captures a slice of real life. Jeremy: Yeah, we were hoping that would come across. Besides us in the band, 95% of the people in the video were people we met on the journey. Jeremy: The guitar rhythm is probably most inspired by Johnny Cash. It’s that steady rhythmic steam train thing. And yes, we think the term ‘rock n’ roll revivalist’ is funny as well. Have Jeremy and the Harlequins had to make sacrifices in pursuit of their music - whether it be leaving folks behind or carrying the memories of the communities you grew up in close to your heart? Jeremy: Yeah, and I’m sure we’ll have to make more. Personally, I’ve moved from Ohio to LA to New York.
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Album · 2016 · 10 Songs. 9. There's a Girl (feat. 10. Oh Yeah (I Did It Again). 10 Songs, 32 Minutes. Released: 5 Aug 2016. 2016 Yep Roc Records. More By Jeremy & The Harlequins. See All. Remember This. Jeremy & the Harlequins on Audiotree Live - EP. 2016.
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Jeremy & The Harlequins. Album Into The Night. I saw your face in my darkest moment You kept me safe in the blackest ocean You gave me your kiss and held me in your feathers I don't know what righteous is this felt better Before I met you I wandered lonely and tired Like a prophet I walked through fire You took me away I thought I was. dreaming Now I wish I wish I kept on sleeping. There's not a day your face doesn't haunt me Your picture and sound envision you taught me My body prays my mind will forget you Deep in my soul I know I will never let you go. On the night that chevy took your life Sirens flashed but heaven pulled you back Then you flew away cause this place wasn't made for angels. This I've seen enough Enough.
Meet Jeremy and the Harlequins, the Brooklyn-based Americana group that’s serving havoc to the nostalgia industry. Jeremy Fury, the lead singer and ringleader of the five-piece, certainly has a look. Whether that look is T-Bird or the slack-jawed ruffian your father never approved of, Fury wants you to know that he is a rebel with a cause. Since the release of their first album American Dreamer last year, Jeremy and the Harlequins have made it clear that the modern rock soundscape is not giving them what they want. The album begins with a power chord buildup that catapults into Fury’s after-hours anthem. He sings, So I roll down the window and and turn the radio on, Elvis and me singing at the top of our lungs. A retroactive blending of past and present is introduced straightaway, as Fury and his rock predecessor are lyrically superimposed.
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