Detroit quartet Adventurer have unveiled new song, “Telepathy Club”

Detroit quartet Adventurer have unveiled new song, “Telepathy Club”.

The new single draws on influences from punk, indie and melodic hardcore, with the Michigan outfit honing ambitious instrumentation and whip-smart lyricism.

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“Telepathy Club” is taken from Adventurer’s upcoming album, Pacifica out May 24th on Esque Records & available for pre-order HERE.

Adventurer’s Steven Christy spoke exclusively to Punknews, to discuss the new single.


Since their debut, self-titled EP, Detroit’s Adventurer have projected a high-energy and engaging brand of post-hardcore. Signing to Blue Swan Records for the release of 2017’s ‘Sacred Grove’, nods to the likes of The Fall of Troy and A Lot Like Birds emerged at an early stage.

High energy, punk-laced hardcore leanings take their place alongside a more melodically weighted delivery on upcoming ‘Pacifica’, a record that skillfully intertwines punchy and assertive guitars, with the mesmerizing lead vocal of Jeff Masterson.

In addition to racking up over 1.5 million streams on Spotify, Adventurer’s riveting live show has seen the band run co-headliners and supports with the likes of Makari, Andres, Kurt Travis and Hail The Sun across both coasts.

Watch the band’s new music video for “Voices Over Infinite Distance”; Pacifica is out May 24th on Esque Records.


Adventurer is:
Jeff Masterson – Lead Vocals/Bass
Steven Christy – Guitar/Vocals
PJ Clark – Drums
Jon Christy – Guitar

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