California pop-punk trio A Page Unturned have premiered new single “The Hangover”.
The track is the band’s first new music since summer’s self-titled, debut EP, which is streaming via Spotify.
Assured and melodic pop-punk from Southern California, the confident young three piece are already back in the studio, working on a series of new singles for release early 2019.
About A Page Unturned:
Formed in Los Angeles in 2017, A Page Unturned was founded by Yoshi Imae, a recent implant from Japan. A talented musician from a young age, who discovered bands such as Jimmy Eat World and Japan’s Ellegarden in his formative years, Yoshi came together with Ryan Sebold and Damon Porras to create A Page Unturned last summer.
The band’s debut EP, a self-titled 3 track, dropped in Spring 2018, and showcases a band familiar and comfortable with their sound, despite their youth and inexperience. Authentic, hook-heavy and unequivocally catchy pop-punk, with nods to many of their California-based predecessors, elements of Yellowcard and Set Your Goals shining through on tracks such as “Transition” and fan favorite “California”.
This fall, as the 3-piece continues to diligently spread their sound across Southern California, A Page Unturned returned to the studio to record new music, with a run of singles to be released over the next 4 months.
“The Hangover” is out now.
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