Into The Night bursts from the gates with the galloping titular track, impelled by the reverb drenched guitars of Craig Bonich and Patrick Meyer, with the rhythm section of Stevie Fury – Jeremy’s brother – and Bobby Ever matching the intensity on drums and bass respectively.  Lead single, No One Cares, follows straight after, replacing the sing-along feel of Into The Night with an insistent rhythm that conjures images of teens leaping from milk-bar booths and dancing to the disapproval of their elders.  If Jeremy & The Harlequins haven’t piqued your interest by this point in the album, you may as well take your bat and ball and head on home, as the stylings of the Brooklyn based quintet clearly aren’t for you.

This is an extract from a review originally published on the 6th August 2016. Please visit Renowned For Sound to read the full review.


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