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Sleepwalk Me Home

"...fast and raucous brand of music with a ton of melody, resulting in arguably the best pop punk record of 2017." - Punknews.org

 
 
 

"Gringo Starr"

"Buried With Children"

"Breaking Rad"

 
 

The Jukebox Romantics

"The Jukebox Romantics are in your face, fun, heartfelt punk in the vein of bands like Alkaline Trio, Bigwig and The Bouncing Souls. Over the past decade, they have taken their talked-about live show from coast to coast including multiple appearances at Gainesville’s Fest, Vans Warped Tour, Pouzza Fest, SXSW & more. 

JBR's current sound transformed in 2014 after they restructured to a 3 piece. Since then, the band has embarked on several U.S. and European tours, further establishing their reputation as an extremely hard working band. Their latest record "Sleepwalk Me Home" was released in 2018 via their new home on Paper + Plastick Records.


​Since their debut album in 2009, the band has made a name for themselves by touring endlessly with ferocious, energetic live shows. By conveying heart and leaving their sweat and souls out on stage at every show, they remind you to have fun, enjoy life and never grow up."

 

Bobby

Bass/ Vocals

Terry

Guitar/ Vocals

Norm

Drums

 

"Insanely catchy and bouncing pop punk from this trio of New Yorkers.” - Vinnie Fiorello (Less Than Jake/ P+P)

"...followed by New York City’s Jukebox Romantics who always put out a killer performance and this day was no different than the last few times I have seen them, super high energy take no prisoner punk rock." - Dying Scene (Joe Grimm)

"One of the most energetic and hard working new bands on the east coast punk scene...The Jukebox Romantics have quickly gained a rising following of die hard fans." - AMP Magazine (Philip Hicks)

"(The Jukebox Romantics are) on the verge of something big...Creative songwriting, talented performers and lively stage presence." - Listening Room Blog (jfitzgibbon)

"Their guitars reverberated in the bar and kids migrated to the front of the stage. Their songs were a pop punk that seems to be slowly disappearing, heavy on the punk not the pop...Their performance was tight, energetic, and full of heart." - My Crazy Music Blog (Andrea Janov)

 
 

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