Queen Of Jeans

Queen of Jeans is set for their follow-up to Dig Yourself. If you’re not afraid, I’m not afraid will see the light of day on 8/23 via the fine folks at Topshelf Records. Get ready for another quality LP of “crockpot pop. Here’s some info via the label.

On If you’re not afraid, I’m not afraid, Queen of Jeans paired with prominent producer Will Yip to enter into a new sonic era. It marks a decided turn to more tightly knit songwriting that emphasizes Queen of Jeans’ most alluring strengths. Vocals shine through as the sun through clouds, drenching twangy, western-reminiscent guitar in evocative light, illuminating the album’s vast and serene crockpot soundscapes. If you’re not afraid, I’m not afraid is an impactful collection of songs that stand for something real; Queen of Jeans’ invitation to the listener to embrace their own stories, no matter how scary it may seem.

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Queen of Jeans is the Philly based quartet comprised of Miriam Devora, Matheson Glass, Nina Scotto and Patrick Wall. After releasing an excellent s/t EP in 2016, the band picked up some steam. Now they are set to release their debut LP via the fine folks at Topshelf Records. They labeled their music as Crockpot Pop which works for me as I love my crockpot. Their music has a retro feel but the artist that immediately sprung to mind was Lucius as they really have some lovely harmonies. Here’s a little more from the band.

“This album is really the story arc of a relationship, be it with another person or simply the relationship you have with yourself,” they continued. “We chose an album name with a split meaning – to ‘dig yourself’ could mean to love yourself; rally behind yourself, or on the flip side, ‘dig yourself’ is a motion to try a little harder, find what’s there beneath the surface, explore your behavior and figure out what you’re actively trying to reveal to yourself.”

Dig Yourself is as much a reflection of inter-and-intrapersonal relationships as it is the story of the band’s evolution by its own right, exploring the ups and downs of life in its assurance, annoyance, paranoia, resignation, and ultimately re-evaluation.

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