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Last Daze’s debut singles OUT NOW!

New York native band Last Daze, whose debut album Symbols & Snares will be released in 2015 on BCR Los Angeles, have released two digital singles, “Heaven Won’t Let You In” and “Kentucky” via iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and all other digital music distributors.

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The dual single package offers the first taste of this young new band. Produced by Shooter Jennings, Symbols & Snares shows off a diverse and inventive young roots band on their way out of obscurity and into the minds and hearts of music-lovers everywhere.

“The best thing about Katy (Cole) and her voice and songs is that, one minute it reminds me of something you would get from Florence & the Machine and the next minute it might be a beautiful country ballad. Then something reminiscent of Nine Inch Nails will pop up on the record. It’s so unpredictable, which is the way I like my music. I was really glad they asked me to be a part of this project and I’m very proud of the record we’ve been making this year.”

Buy “Don’t Wait Up (for George)” today!

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“Don’t Wait Up (for George)”

Shooter’s tribute EP to the late great George Jones “Don’t Wait Up (for George)” is available NOW in the BCR official store.  Select the format above and click the album cover to order your copy now.  It’s available on CD and beautiful 10″ white vinyl directly from BCR Los Angeles.

Rolling Stone recently reviewed the album, giving it 3.5/4 stars:

“Whether country music tributes succeed or fail, they almost always err on the side of caution – keeping it trad even when saluting artists who mixed it up. Let’s cheer Shooter Jennings, then, for an EP dedicated to the late great George Jones that surprises with synthesized twinkles and bass lines nicked from Giorgio Moroder – the Italian disco wizard Jennings has said he discovered while listening to last year’s Daft Punk album. A Moroder-themed counterpart is supposed to be coming in January, but in the meantime, don’t sleep on the Jennings original “Living in a Minor Key”: Its arrangement is nothing fancy, but its songwriting holds up against the classic covers that follow.” – Nick Murray, Rolling Stone

Thanks RS!  Get your copy today!

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9 September, 2014 (21:26) | first, New Music, Shooter Jennings, Uncategorized | By: BCR Media