Wednesday, May 01, 2019

PREMIERE: The Creepy Jingles – “Circadian Rhythm Guitar”

Kansas City-based psych-pop trio, The Creepy Jingles, are set to release their self-titled debut EP on May 3 on High Dive Records.  Consisting of vocalist/guitarist/keyboardist Jocelyn Olivia Nixon, lead guitarist Travis McKenzie and drummer Nick Robertson, the trio creates a twisted brand of psychedelic garage rock that incorporates elements of surf rock, 70’s folk and super catchy Brit pop inspired melodies.
Atlas and the Anchor is proud to premiere “Circadian Rhythm Guitar”, the second single taken from their EP, available digitally, on CD and limited edition cassette.  Running just over two minutes, it’s a retro-minded psych-pop fever dream with a hip-shaking surf rock rhythm and an infectiously catchy sing-along chorus. It's the perfect introduction to your new obsession.
Singer/songwriter Jocelyn Olivia Nixon says of the track, “Circadian Rhythm Guitar is a song about struggling to trust one’s own intuition and self-happiness over others opinions/ expectations, all while being afraid to lose the people you love in the process because of that choice. It’s a song of coming to terms with transformation inside and out, which is where my head was at before coming out as a transwoman. It just happens to be disguised as a catchy pop song.”
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