Jeremy & The Harlequins New Song & Video “Let Me Out Of You”

JEREMY & THE HARLEQUINS RELEASE NEW SINGLE & LYRIC VIDEO

“LET ME OUT OF YOU” AVAILABLE TODAY

FORTHCOMING ALBUM ABRA CaDaBRA TO BE RELEASED 2022 

VIA PASADENA RECORDS

Photo credit: Rosie Cohe

New York, NY (October 22, 2021) – New York rock ‘n’ rollers, Jeremy & The Harlequins return with a brand new single and lyric video, “Let Me Out of You,” marking the band’s first release since the summer of 2020.

Listen to “Let Me Out of You HERE

“Let Me Out of You” invokes fifties-style pop harmonies, slo-mo rockabilly, boisterous horns, and undercurrents of distortion as it builds towards a hypnotic falsetto-spiked refrain. Songwriter and lead vocalist, Jeremy Fury says,

“Written in midst of lockdown, ‘Let Me Out of You’ is the pandemic personified as a partner in a relationship who just won’t let go. It’s one of the most cinematic songs we’ve recorded; inspired by relationships, 1960’s cinema, and the occult.”

The accompanying lyric video for “Let Me Out of You” intercuts dreamy black-and-white throwback footage of voodoo rituals, seances, and illicit love triangles as it seamlessly translates the song’s mood to the screen.

Watch lyric video for “Let Me Out of You”  HERE

An insane journey brought Jeremy & The Harlequins to the magic of ABRA CaDaBRA. In March 2020, each member of the band contracted Covid-19 at the onset of the global pandemic. In order to spread a little bit of light, they often performed in public parks around New York City in between writing sessions. Eventually the band entered Renegade Studios, owned by Steve Van Zandt – an early supporter of the band and member of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band – with producer Geoff Sanoff (Springsteen, Little Steven, Jesse Malin) to track instrumentals. Heading west, they finished up vocals and mixed and mastered the album at Sandbox Studios in Hollywood, with producer Rick Parker (Lord Huron, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Scott Weiland)

With new label Pasadena Records, new album, ABRA CaDaBRA – to be released 2nd quarter next year – and live dates to be announced soon, Jeremy and The Harlequins are back to kick off a whole new chapter in 2022.

Pre-order ABRA CaDaBRA album HERE

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ABOUT JEREMY & THE HARLEQUINS:

Magic materializes in many forms, but its clearest manifestation in our world would be music. It exists unseen in the ether, yet certainly leaves a physical, emotional, and spiritual imprint. Jeremy & The Harlequins deal in this sort of magic. Finding the crossroads between sun-soaked sixties California harmonies and New York garage rock gutter fuzz, the quintet kickstart a new phase of American rock ‘n’ roll. Following 2013’s American Dreamer, they quietly emerged as a critical and fan favorite with Into The Night [2016] and Remember This [2018]. Along the way, they earned the endorsement of USA TodayPasteInterviewWall Street JournalNylonConsequence of SoundAtwood MagazineRelix, and Huffington Post who christened them “true originals.” Meanwhile, they can be heard loud and clear throughout popular culture with syncs in Edge of Tomorrow: Live. Die. Repeat.Seal TeamShameless, Vampire DiariesRoyal PainHeavyLife Partners, and a Miller High Life national campaign. On SiriusXM, Little Steven’s Underground Garage selected “Starlight” as its “Coolest Song In The World” and “Trip Into The Light” as the “Coolest Song of the Year. Everything just set the stage for their fourth full-length and 2022 Pasadena Records debut, ABRA CaDaBRA.

To conjure up this magic, they tracked the music at Van Zandt’s Renegade Studios with producer Geoff Sanoff [Bruce Springsteen, Little Steven, Jesse Malin]. For vocals, they reteamed with Rick Parker [Lord Huron, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Scott Weiland] in Hollywood’s Sandbox Studios. They also welcomed an all-star cast of supporting players such as Hamilton lead violinist Jonny DinklageBen Jaffe [tenor sax], and Steve Garcia [trumpet]. The boys introduce this chapter with the spellbinding single “Let Me Out Of You.

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