The Teen Age have come up with their own genre that’s totally appropriate and tells you almost all there is to know about their sound: doo wop garage. There’s a loose and fuzzy, fun punk vibe with an undercurrent of classic touches from another time when songs were made to sing along to. Here, the young Brooklyn band talks to Travis and plays some tunes.
Featured song: “Stop”
Complete broadcast and audio playlist: http://b-t-r.co/1huWdkH
The latest EP from The Teen Age, Ways To Adapt, is now available.
Upcoming tour dates:
06/04 @ Pianos in New York, NY
06/19 @ The Bell House in Brooklyn, NY
06/27 @ The Fire in Philadelphia, PA
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