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PREMIERE: The Jauntee Release New Single & Video, “Puppy In My Pocket”, Off Forthcoming New Album [Watch]

first_imgThe Jauntee—featuring guitarist Caton Sollenberger, keyboardist Tyler Adams, bassist John Loland, and drummer Scott Ferber—are rising stars on the jam circuit, steadily expanding their dedicated following in their hometown of Boston into a solid fan base across the country. Performing an average of 100 dates per year nationwide, the band has won over countless fans with their unforgettable live shows, next-level jams, and musical risk-taking.On September 14th, The Jauntee will release a brand-new album, Always Never Knowing. Mirroring the group’s high-energy live shows, the sixteen-track album was recorded during their two-night run at Cambridge, Massachusetts’ The Bridge Sound & Stage, with the whole album professionally recorded, mixed, and mastered by Alex Allison and Tom Waltz. Featuring nine previously unreleased tracks (which fans may know as staples of their live shows), the album reformats four live sets of music recorded in Cambridge, emulating The Jauntee’s high-octane live shows in the best way possible.Today, Live For Live Music is proud to premiere a new single, “Puppy In My Pocket”, off The Jauntee’s forthcoming release. “Puppy In My Pocket” is the first track off the second disc of Always Never Knowing. While the first disc features lyrically driven songs and classic “suites” from The Jauntee’s live catalog—like “Colorado” > “Dog Gone Blues” > “Regretless Acceptance”—the second disc showcases The Jauntee’s extensive improvisational abilities, which are on full display on this 19-minute-long release.As drummer Scott Ferber explains about “Puppy In My Pocket”,I like “Puppy In My Pocket” because it’s simple, catchy and open-ended. There’s no real chorus, yet the whole tune is a sing-along; it’s always a crowd favorite. It can open a show, close a set, be a three-minute rocker, or a 30-minute jam. In many ways, the song encapsulates The Jauntee’s sound. It’s basic yet musical, whimsical yet philosophical, and a perfect launch pad for improvisation.Adds bassist John Loland, “Fans seem to enjoy ‘Puppy in my Pocket’ live every time, which makes it fun to play. We chose it as single because the song itself is short and catchy while at the same time being able to tie in the live improvisational aspect.”You can check out the Live For Live Music premiere of The Jauntee’s newest single, “Puppy In My Pocket”, below or stream it on SoundCloud here.The Jauntee – “Puppy In My Pocket”<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>Pre-order for the forthcoming Always Never Knowing will launch soon on the band’s website here before the album is formally released on September 14th. If you’re digging what you hear, make sure you check out The Jauntee’s Bandcamp here, which shows just how unforgettable the group’s live performances are. You can also check out a list of the band’s upcoming shows below, with new tour dates scheduled to be added in the coming weeks.The Jauntee Upcoming 2018 Tour Dates:9/1 – Your Mom’s House – Denver, CO~9/13 – Brooklyn Bowl – Brooklyn, NY*9/14 – Wormtown Music Festival – Greenfield, MA9/15 – Infinity Hall – Norfolk, CT*9/16 – Brighton Music Hall – Allston, MA*9/19 – Otus Supply – Ferndale, MI9/20-21 – Resonance Music Festival – Thornville, OH9/26 – The Firmament – Greenville, SC^9/27 – Variety Playhouse – Atlanta, GA^9/28 – Cannery Ballroom – Nashville, TN^9/29 – Saturn – Birmingham, AL^9/30 – Songbirds – Chattanooga, TN^10/5 – CukoRakko – Steele, AL~ Phish Afterparty* w/ Leftover Salmon^ w/ TwiddleView All Tour Dateslast_img read more

Juve, Leicester, Ajax Monitoring Coveted Nigerian striker

first_imgLeicester City scouts were in Denmark on Wednesday afternoon to watch one of Europe’s most exciting young talents, according to reports.Reports from Danish newspaper Herning Folkeblad claimed Leicester City were one of around 20 clubs represented at the UEFA Youth League Round of 16 ties between FC Midtjylland and Manchester United.The scouts which included representatives from Juventus and Ajax, were present to watch up-and-coming Nigerian talent Jibril Abubakar. The 6ft 3in 19-year-old didn’t score in the game, but he played a part in a historic win with Midtjylland becoming the first Danish side to reach the quarter-final stage of the competition.Abubakar has played a vital part in his team’s extended run in the Youth League, scoring four times in 19 appearances across all competitions.Abubakar joined Midtjylland on a free transfer from homeland club FC Ebedei in January of last year, and it seems the Danish club could make a big profit on the striker, who is known for his physicality and presence up top.Midtjylland will face Porto in the next round when the scouts – if indeed they were impressed by his performance against Manchester United – may be tempted to return. Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more