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ALT ROCK DUO NORPHLET RETURN WITH NEW SINGLE & EP

US alt-rock duo NORPHLET are back with a new single, Fingers Crossed, and a new 3-track EP. The new song puts their 90s guitar sounds, yearning vocals and driving drum rhythms front and centre – and it’s on streaming and download platforms now.

Watch Fingers Crossed on YouTube here now

Listen to Fingers Crossed on Soundcloud here now

“Fingers Crossed is a hopeful yearning for a brighter place, while learning to accept the things we can’t change,” explains singer/guitarist Cody Brown. “Conveyed through hauntingly visceral imagery, Fingers Crossed ruminates on a myriad of universal human emotions surrounding the uncertainties of life and death, and how they shape us.”

When creative people are inspired to do something special, distance never gets in the way. This is definitely the case with NORPHLET, a duo consisting of vocalist/guitarist Cody Brown and drummer Taylor Devorsky. Operating out of Texas and California respectively, these long-time friends set out to collaborate in late 2017 despite their geographical limitations, and as a result have crafted a unique blend of 90s indie, adventurous post-rock and hooky pop-punk with an emphasis on writing songs that stick.

NORPHLET’s new EP The Weatherman features three new tracks (Vice Versa, Fingers Crossed and Solamente) and is out now.

Find NORPHLET at facebook.com/norphletbandtwitter.com/norphletband and instagram.com/norphletband now.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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