FLAUNT ‘The Antics of More Youthful Times’ EP by Christmas day


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The Antics of More Youthful Times by Flaunt

Just in time for the holidays, a new advance EP release for consideration entitled “The Antics of More Youthful Times” from FLAUNT, a mysterious a/v collective act. Coming off the critical success of the audiovisual album RAVE NOIR (18 songs and videos), Flaunt takes the shorter route here with a seven track EP featuring the singles ‘Into The Sky’ and ‘Something Different.’ This EP finds the act mining new vibes on songs like  ‘Something Different’ which gives off tropical meets Eastern vibe. The deep, brooding rock sound of Rave Noir’s heavy track “Last 9 Words” influences the act’s take on Adele’s song ‘Send My Love’ giving it added power as well as the original Endless Vision.The act is in the process of putting finishing touches on a new full length for 2017. Listen to ‘Something Different now:

The full EP is due for release Christmas day. You can check out more of FLAUNT on YouTube. Learn more about FLAUNT by visiting Flaunt.rocks.

Band/Artist: FLAUNT
Location: USA
Styles: Indie, Rock, Pop, Acoustic, Electronic, Alternative
Members/Instruments: Justin Jennings and Joseph Vitterito
New EP release
THE ANTICS OF MORE YOUTHFUL TIMES
Available on Soundcloud: 25 December 2016
Worldwide Release date: 06 JANUARY 2017 (spotify, itunes, etc)
Invidual Track Release dates (singles):
ENDLESS VISION: 05 December 2016
OUTBREAK: 12 December 2016

About FLAUNT

FLAUNT is the brain child of USA’s Justin Jennings and Joseph Vitterito with an eclectic yet harmonic soundtrack of songs and a promise to deliver just that on the new album.

Hailing from two similar but distant areas of the United States (Colorado and Maine) the duo formed as a result of social media and have been recording ever since. They share responsibilities in the act with the main goal of making music that is art. The guys aim to create song cycles in the day and age where the album has declared “dead.” After the success of  their album CODON, they released a synth/electronic based EP containing the independent music number one hit National Anthem and an eclectic selection of songs and videos including a curious cover of Donna Summer’s “Grand Illusion” as well as the rock epic and accompanying short film “My Clone Sleeps Alone,” originally performed by Pat Benatar,

This latter tune won praise from the song’s original writer (and bass player) Roger Capps.With this experience and passion under their belts, they sought to step back into the disparate sounds of CODON but embellish them with lyrics and more song structure, blending both electronics and organics into an 18 track mammoth project complete with narrative videos for each song. The group entitled the project RAVE NOIR and the results are an amalgamation of guitars, keyboards, swamp rock, and emotive vocals. When asked about the album they state, “we wanted to make an album that was reminiscent to some extent of what radio used to sound like… where a Zeppelin tune would be followed by a hit single by the Little River Band and then something by the Gap Band.”

Coming off the critical success of the audiovisual album RAVE NOIR (18 songs AND
videos), Flaunt takes the shorter route here with a seven track EP featuring the singles
Into The Sky and Something Different. This EP finds the act mining some new vibes
(check out the tropical meets Eastern vibe of Something Different). The deep, brooding
rock sound of Rave Noir’s heavy track “Last 9 Words” influences the act’s take on
Adele’s pop song ‘Send My Love’ giving it added power as well as the original Endless
Vision.

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