Departure From Venus For Romp

Departure From Venus For Romp

All set for their debut album release this spring is New Brunswick band Romp.

With the forthcoming LP given the title ‘Departure From Venus’, Romp promise to expand on their pop and punk influences of earlier EP ‘Sorry, Not Sorry’ with something that’s also “loud and articulate.”

The debut album will feature nine tracks, all of which the band are extremely proud of as vocalist/keyboardist Madison Klarer and guitarist Lucas Dalakian explain:

“Departure from Venus is really important to us as a band and to me personally. A lot of things in my life have changed in the past two years and this album covers a lot of those issues. We wrote these songs the same way we wrote the EP but this time we were much more intricate in our approach. As always, recording with Jesse Cannon was a fantastic experience. He always pushes us and brings out all of the right emotions at the right times. We’re proud of this record and excited to share it. ” – Madison

“We’re really stoked to show people our musical range. There’s only so much you can offer on a 4 or 5 song EP and we think this album displays a little more of what ROMP is about. We really dug into crafting this album to have something for everyone. We’re excited to play all the new songs live” – Lucas

There is a live date scheduled in support of the album release, details of which follow:

Live Date

March 5th  – Hawthorne, NJ – Artisan Kitchen & Bar, Punk Talks Benefit Show w/ Prawn, Steady Hands, Broken Beak

‘Departure From Venus’ is released March 4th Bad Timing Records

 

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