Emarosa, the alt-pop-rock band from Lexington, Kentucky, will be releasing their newest anticipated album Peach Club this February 8.
Their music takes you back to the popular pop hits heard during the ‘80s with a mix of ‘90s R&B influential artists. “Don’t Cry” signals the shift from a very alt-rock band to the inclusion of pop. “Givin’ Up” has the female influences that frontman Bradley Walden grew up listening to such as Paula Abdul, Janet Jackson, and Shania Twain to create this dance floor bop.
The band has released two songs, “Givin’ Up” and “Don’t Cry,” prior to the release of their 11-track album to give fans a taste of what’s to come. The third song “Cautious” premiered on Jan. 28 on Billboard. Listen to the third single “Cautious” below:
Bandmates Bradley Scott Walden, ER White, Robert Joffred, and Matthew Marcellus created an album that is more themselves than they had been before. In a press release the band spoke about what to expect, “We’ve realized that there’s no consequences for making whatever record we want to make,” frontman Bradley Walden said. “We started writing, and it felt like… there are no rules.”
Emarosa will be traveling around the world sharing their music with their loving fans. They spent the entire month of January in the United Kingdom and will soon be in Honolulu, Hawaii on Valentines Day (February 14) then in Japan from February 22 to 25.
If you’re not on that side of the country, no worries! The band will also be stopping in select cities within the United States to perform Peach Club. After returning from the UK, they will start performing on February 3 in Philadelphia, PA and finish a few days later in Los Angeles, CA a day after their album release day.
Check out the band’s other EPs before Peach Club is available on all streaming platforms to get yourself hyped before its release! For the band, its release represents more than just a dive into a musical genre they haven’t used before. Emarosa is making the type of music they want to have while inviting fans to join them on their journey.
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