4TH & ORANGE REMINDS YOU THIS IS “NOT THE END”

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, 4th & Orange wants to remind you that this is “Not the End” with their latest single. The track pushes positivity and reinforces unity – a ray of sunshine to break up these cloudy times. “We wanted to find a way to spread a little positivity and hope. When it feels like it’s close to the end, it isn’t. It’s only the beginning of something new.” Listen to “Not the End” HERE. 4th & Orange also curated a playlist of their favorite songs to get you through the day; listen to the Quarantunes playlist HERE.

Last month, the reggae genre-benders recruited fellow Long Beach native Warren G for the “In The LBC” remix. Listen to the remix featuring the West Coast hip hop legend HERE. 4th & Orange released their feel-good Long Beach anthem in February in celebration of their iconic hometown; listen to the original track  HERE. Watch the official music video HERE.

2020 brought a bubbling live performance itinerary. 4th & Orange kicked it off with their festival debut in Long Beach, CA at One Love Cali Reggae Fest, where they shared the bill with hometown heroes Sublime with Rome and reggae legends Dirty Heads. Weeks later, the band appeared at Chandler, AZ’s Arizona Roots Music & Arts Festival. Their festival performances at Reggae Rise Up Last Vegas and Reggae Rise Up St. Petersburg will be postponed; festival websites will have all information. 4th & Oranges tours with Collie Buddz and Natiruts will also be postponed; visit their website HERE for tour updates.

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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