About a month ago, I discovered The Juveniles while flipping through random band Facebook pages — which, by the way, is a great way to find new artists — and I couldn’t be more excited to have found them. The Juveniles quickly climb the ranks toward becoming one of my favorite small-time, new bands.
They’re ascending so quickly due to the fact that each song that they put out is quality. I wrote an article recently about their song Lazy Eyes, which is absolutely brilliant in its own right.
Now The Juveniles have released All in Time, which goes in an uptempo, electric direction rather than the meandering acoustic Lazy Eyes. The pieces of this song fit snuggly together to create a rockin’ tune.
Recently, The Juveniles have acquired a new bassist: Matty Abbott, officially extending the quartet to a quintet. His presence can definitely be heard in All In Time, with its rhythmic bass section throughout. Welcome aboard Matty.
The Juveniles are still working to grow and develop as a band. I’m excited for the day that my Facebook timeline displays their announcement that they’ve signed with So-and-So Records and are working on their first studio album. It’s only a matter of time, folks. With proper studio production, The Juveniles can really become something great.
It’s hard to tell what the future will hold for The Juveniles. With enough support, the band can reach new heights, get a record deal, and start producing music professionally. Though without, who knows. So check out The Juveniles on either their website, Facebook, or Soundcloud. Give them a listen, and if you like their stuff, give them a Facebook like and share their new songs. It’s tough to publicize a new project (as I’ve learned from trying to get my radio show off the ground), so give them support if you enjoy what they’re doing and help them do it some more. Get their music out there, and Get Your Earz Wet!