California pop-punk trio A Page Unturned have premiered their new single, “Return To Sender”.
The track kicks off a busy year for the LA pop-punks, with more new music and Japanese tour dates on the horizon.
The band spoke to Punknews to discuss the new single.
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”.
“Return to Sender” is the latest in the run of single releases for the SoCal trio, which kicked off with the release of “The Hangover” in late 2018.
Highlighting A Page Unturned’s quickly blossoming reputation is a debut Japanese tour this March, as the young outfit looks to move into another major market, with their infectious and accomplished brand of punk.
“Return to Sender” is out now..
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