*The Following Press Release Was Issued By Earshot Media*
|Isle of Wight’s REMINDERS Release New Single “International Dial Tones”|
Out Now Through Venn Records (UK) & Wiretap Records (USA)
“International Dial Tones” feels like summer, reads like infatuation and sounds like (a Gen Z) Undertones/Ramones supergroup. They are a true punk rock power trio firing on all cylinders, straight from the garage, rough around the edges and yet, the most refined we’ve heard the band yet.
|“…a raucous good time blending old school first wave punk and gorgeous pop melody, in the way The Buzzcocks did so many years ago. Truly outstanding.”- Jersey Beat|
“Make all the uncertainty and adventure of growing up sound like the best days of your life” – UPSET
“A ripper that channels sounds from all throughout punk history” – Brooklyn Vegan
“Gearing up to be the sound of your summer” – Rock Sound Magazine
“Breakneck but bubblegum…pop-tinged punk” – New Noise Magazine
“On a take-no-prisoners assault” – Tom Robinson, BBC 6 Music
“California compacted into three rowdy minutes” – The Rodeo
“Scorching slacker pop” – CLASH
“With the runaway popularity of Wet Leg, it makes sense that we’d start hearing more bands from Isle of Wight. If Isle of Wight is going to be the next Seattle, Reminders are a great new addition. Their latest single, “Post Paris Blues” is a great fun song and a great debut for a band that could be primed to be next to explode.”- If It’s Too Loud
|Isle of Wight indie punks Reminders Reminders are sharing their new track “International Dial Tones,” the first-ever release since their 2022 highly-praised debut album ‘Best Of Beach Punk.’|
The song is now streaming everywhere via Venn Records (UK) and Wiretap Records (North America).
A failing transatlantic relationship and a timeless riff are all it took for Reminders to produce their most authentic power pop track to date.
“International Dial Tones” feels like summer, reads like infatuation, and sounds like (a Gen Z) Undertones/Ramones supergroup. They are a true punk rock power trio firing on all cylinders, straight from the garage, rough around the edges and yet, the most refined we’ve heard the band yet.
The beach punk boys of 2022 enter 2023 having graduated into bonafide songsmiths and there is no further proof necessary than “International Dial Tones.”
Previously championed at radio by BBC Radio 1, BBC 6Music and BBC Introducing, the band also landed placements on esteemed Spotify and Apple Music editorial playlists, while being called ‘scorching slacker pop’ by the influential CLASH Magazine. They have also shared stages with rock legends and pop stars Liam Gallagher, The Killers and Camila Cabello.