Sunday, May 6, 2018

Ruby Bones Bring Their Indie Punk to Teaneck May 10

56509 ruby bonesRUBY BONES

WHEN: May 10, Doors at 7PM / Show at 8PM
: Debonair Music Hall, 1409 Queen Anne Blvd, Teaneck
TICKETS: $5 advance, $10 door

"Furious and shadowy, propelled by a rousing chorus that evokes early Walkmen."— Consequence of Sound

"Eerily catchy... the band blares in and you can practically see the lightning bolts coming through your speakers."— Impose Magazine

"Ruby Bones put the guitars and the grit front and center, but without sacrificing any of Nova's clear melodic gifts." — PopMatters

New Jersey/Brooklyn indie rockers Ruby Bones our currently touring in support of their debut self-titled album. The band combines energetic rhythms with visceral, existential lyrics and unabashed hooks to form short, punchy songs best digested in the sweat-soaked clubs that define their local clubs.

Made up of vocalist/guitarist Chris Nova, drummer James Janocha, and South African import FC Spies on bass, the trio (along with Denis Daley providing the occasional sax) describes itself as "Bruce Springsteen on cocaine after a few drags off a helium balloon."

With a mutual love of rock and roll, the band turned Nova's folk songs into thoughtful yet vibrant tracks inspired by love, loss and the double-edged blade of a technology-reliant culture.

Their first single, "Heart of Darkness" was featured on Consequence of Sound, Impose Magazine, WFUV, WRAT and Goldie's Garage on Sirius XM among others.

A copy of the record to stream/download is available upon request.

Album is now available on Spotify, iTunes and Amazon.