Emerging pop-punk group URETHANE has unveiled their brand new 2-song EP Dog Years which is now available worldwide via Cyber Tracks. Lifted from the album, the infectious sing-along punk rock anthem “Remember Me” features Brenna Red (The Last Gang) on vocals and Matt Hensley (Flogging Molly) on accordion. The song was produced, engineered, and mixed by Cameron Webb (Motörhead, Megadeth, Alkaline Trio, NOFX, Pennywise).
Featuring two professional Hall of Fame skateboarders (Steve Caballero, Matt Hensley), the official music video for “Remember Me” made its debut earlier this week on THRASHER.
“I was watching the real Buddy Holly story that Paul McCartney wrote in the early ’80s,” says bassist Chad Ruiz. “In one of the interviews, Buddy Holly’s brothers sang this melody that instantly got trapped in my head. Throughout the years it was always on my bucket list to turn this melody into a punk anthem. An anthem of love, hope, friendship, and prosperity.” “Our best music video to date,” adds guitarist, professional skateboarder, and cultural icon Steve Caballero.
The music video takes place in a bar while URETHANE performs on stage with Brenna Red and Matt Hensley with Cameron Webb slings drinks and artist Mark deSalvo burns.
Also, limited edition autographed copies of their debut album Chasing Horizons on gold vinyl as well as variations of black orange splatter, orange crush, piss yellow splatter, and classic black are available via Cyber Tracks’ webstore.
URETHANE formed during the infectious pandemic in 2020. The lineup consists of vocalist/guitarist Tim Fennelly (War Fever), guitarist Steve Caballero (The Faction, Odd Man Out, Soda), bassist Chad Ruiz (Skipjack), and drummer Dylan Wade (The Bombpops). Their musical roots are undeniably influenced by punk rock, pop-punk, and melodic hardcore.
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