NJ POST-HARDCORE QUINTET YOUR PERSONA UNVEIL NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “NEUROTIC”

(Hammonton, NJ – January 17th, 2020) Jersey post-hardcore outfit Your Persona has debuted a brand music video.

“Neurotic” (YouTube/Spotify) is taken from the band’s latest EP, 4-track ‘Everything Feels OK’.

The band spoke exclusively to Outburn Magazine, to discuss their latest release.

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With the release of latest EP ‘Everything Feels OK’, New Jersey hardcore 5-piece Your Persona continues to show strength and resilience in the face of adversity.

Your Persona has made the name for themselves over the course of 4 EP releases, with an edgy, raw and mesmerizing brand of post-hardcore, juxtaposing riveting instrumental work with an heart-on-sleeve and highly accessible narrative. Drawing on influences from the 00’s hardcore scene, elements of From First to Last, The Usedand Thrice shine through across the band’s work, with nods to their more contemporary peers also contributing to the Your Persona sound.

Having taken two years off after the release of ‘Metastatic’ as lead vocalist Matt Campione battled with cancer and Crohn’s disease, the five have battled back stronger than ever, with Campione’s bravery inspiring a more forward thinking, ambitious and emotionally charged sound on 2017’s ‘When in Limbo’.

As Your Persona continues to spread their sound beyond state lines, the band has seen success sharing the stage with genre heavy hitters the likes of The Early November, ’68 and Being as An Ocean.

With 2020 on the horizon, Your Persona once again deliver their expressive and thoroughly captivating brand of post-hardcore, with the unnerving new video for “Neurotic” from the East Coast outfit’s latest standout EP, ‘Everything Feels OK’.

“Neurotic” is out now on Spotify and YouTube.

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Your Persona is:

Matt Campione – Guitar & Vocals
Jeremy Spahn- Drums
Tyler Mazza – Lead Guitar
Jose “Besos” Martinez – Bass

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