Amarionette are “Moving On” with hook-tastic new track; new album ‘Gemini’ drops October 21st

Las Vegas genre-benders Amarionette have dropped a new song. “Moving On” is out now, and is taken from the band’s upcoming full-length album ‘Gemini’, set for release on October 21st. Pre-order HERE.

Stream new single “Moving On” via:
Apple Music

‘Gemini’ Track Listing:
1. Simple
2. Monster
3. Criminal
4. Peaches
5. Catastrophe (feat. Joey Holiday)
6. Rescue Me
7. Moving On
8. Gemini
9. Settle Down
10. You’re Not Alone
11. How Many Times
12. Beauty of the Masquerade


“Amarionette have grown into a funk-rock juggernaut with an ’80s pop sensibility and 21st-century musicianship.” – Alternative Press

“…spring heeled-pop rock that somehow both soars and gets right in your face.” – Kerrang

“big hooks, catchy melodies, and a funk-driven, mesmerizing delivery.” – Substream

“The mesmerizing, unbelievably infectious melody blends elements of metalcore-lite with dulcet pop dynamics into a song glowing with magnetic energy – lots of sonic muscle topped by candied pop relishes.” – Tattoo

With over 5 million streams on Spotify and having toured nationally – including with the likes of Kurt Travis, Eidola and Strawberry Girls – Amarionette is far from a hidden gem. The band’s dexterous and expressive sound is intricate and impeccably delivered as they draw influence from rock, pop and post-hardcore, combining big hooks, delightful retro vibes and enchanting vocals.

2020’s ‘Sunset On This Generation’ is a heady blend of genre-bending synth rock and mouth-watering pop, with splashes of heavier, post-hardcore influence throughout.

With the new record, Amarionette have delivered their most unabashedly hook-laden, candy-coated slab of funk-rock to date. ‘Gemini’ is smothered in pop sensibility, delivered with an artistry and guile that separates the Sin City outfit from the chasing crowd.

‘Gemini’ is set for release on October 21st, 2022; stream “Moving On” HERE.

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Amarionette is:
Nick Raya
AJ Sarmiento
Ron Wells
Spencer “Issy” Berry