Infused with an almost surf sound, Citris immediately catches the listeners attention through intricate and interlocking electric riffs. The track is reminiscent of early 2000’s grunge rock tracks that make you forget all your worries.

Citris was started by Angelina in 2012 in Purchase college amongst fellow musician/artist friends. Creating a signature grunge rock foundation with a progressive twist, Citris created an underground following throughout the community and grew with the times and their growing fanbase. Citris has recently morphed into a duo consisting of Angelina, vocalist and guitarist, and Aaron Silberstein, drummer. Their most recent release, “Hell is a Place on Earth” took a stance on our current political climate and landed them an in-studio performance at iHeart Radio’s New York City HQ.

October 4, 2019 (New York, NY) – Citris, the passion project of Brooklynite Angelina Torreano, has released her new single “Eternally, Eventually”. The modernized and unintentional 90’s grunge sound of Citris is brought to the next level through the surf sound of her new single. Serving as the lead guitarist and vocalist, Angelina is a powerhouse of melody and lyrics. Citris’ latest release, “Hell is a Place on Earth”, took a stance on our current political climate and landed her an in-studio performance at iHeart Radio’s New York City HQ.

“‘Eternally, Eventually’ is the feeling of never fully mastering love or knowing what it even means but knowing that loving yourself is probably enough and in loving yourself, you have all you need. And there’s safety in that.”

Citris’ new single, “Eternally, Eventually” catches the listener at the very start. Angelina’s mesmerizing electric riffs laid beneath her enchantingly mysterious vocals set up the raw track. The interlocking guitar harmonies throughout the single foreshadows the innovative measures Citris is bringing to her future releases.

Love as we know it is a tricky topic as it is something that may never be fully understood. “Eternally, Eventually” not only touches on the difficulty of finding and retaining love with another, but solidifies the importance and fulfilling journey of self-love. The frustration of this journey is best told through the lyrics of “I will not die” being told almost through an anthem like discourse. Even though you may be at the end of the line, almost hopeless in thought, there’s still that voice inside of you preaching that this is not the end.

Citris was started by Angelina in 2012 in Purchase college amongst fellow musician/artist friends. Creating a signature grunge rock foundation with a progressive twist, Citris created an underground following throughout the community and grew with the times and her growing fanbase. Citris has recently morphed into a live duo consisting of Angelina, vocalist and guitarist, and Aaron Silberstein, drummer. The most recent album Panic in Hampton Bays was the last iteration of Citris to involve a band mentality. The project allowed Citris her first cross country tour and captured the attention of notable publications like Paste Magazine, NPR and UPROXX. Experimenting with sound, Citris is opening to a futuristic, grunge sound. Be sure to keep your eyes open for future, electronic inspired grunge, releases from Citris.

Citris – Eternally, Eventually
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