New Jersey’s FRND CRCL Releases New Single

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New Jersey’s FRND CRCL Releases New Single
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NJ’s FRND CRCL released the new single”LIFEOFTHEPARTY” on February 4.

This song will make you feel alive as it delves into the ironic lyricism of feeling alone while being at a party. It’s somewhat of an anthem for the introverted free spirits of the world who like to have their own idea of a good idea. It’s the heaviest song FRND CRCL has to offer to date and aligns with aspects of Nirvana and UK art-pop purveyors, Blur.

The band says, “This one is for anyone who ever felt like an outcast; For anyone who ever found themselves at a party and thought wtf am I doing here?; For anyone that felt alone in a room full of people. I hope this song speaks to you as it does for us.”

Strap up because you will unintentionally be speeding while listening to this track. Be sure to keep up with these guys on TikTok to see their adventures being the LIFEOFTHEPARTY.

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FRND CRCL, (pronounced “Friend Circle”) is the pop in pop-punk. The band first made a name for themselves with the 2020 release of their sophomore album “Internet Noise.” The release of the stand-alone singles “Joyride 2.0,” “Complications” and “Quitters” followed and now, the band has raised the bar even higher with their next single “LIFEOFTHEPARTY.”
What others have said about FRND CRCL:

“Get ready for some real nostalgic sounding pop punk.”- All Punked Up

“If you have a soft spot for pop punk’s TRL era, it’s tough to deny this one.”- Brooklynvegan

“Dust off your Vans and grab that Blink-182 shirt out of storage…because it’s time to embrace your inner pop punk kid. Hailing out of New Jersey, USA, FRND CRCL are here to keep that old school spirit alive.”- Wall Of Sound

“Their clever lyricism and often tongue-in-cheek delivery is akin to bands that helped bring pop-punk to living rooms in the late 90s and early aughts.”- Substream

“..will give you all the feels and a few laughs.”- New Noise Magazine

“… a pitch-perfect throwback to mid 90s pop punk: harmonic gang choruses, palm-muted riffs, snotty vibe and all.”- A Journal Of Musical Things

“FRND CRCL is back with another banger.”- The Girls At The Rock Show

“Blink-182, Simple Plan, and Sum 41 come to mind when listening to the song’s dynamic punk melodies and forever-young invincibility.”- Dusty Organ

“Vaguely reminiscent of Blink-182, Stuttering guitars precede the harmonics ramping up, riding a crunching beat, while the bridge leading to the chorus is where the music really takes off, pushing out heft energy and gleaming textures of growling/shimmering riffs.”- Rawkus

“They clearly pull influence from the classic sound of the late 1990’s/early 2000’s era, but they’ve also given it a modern flare in just enough of the right ways to allow this to hold up for today’s era and walk proudly alongside the current pop-punk resurgence.”- All Ages Zine

“…a fun exploration into the ‘punkier’ realms of the genre, packing angst driven lyrics and roaring instrumentals to create something truly basked in nostalgia.”- Reckless Music




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