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Jeepster

After ending O! The Joy, Goings and Marcelli moved to San Francisco, where they began jamming with Nevada City resident Jonah Wells, a singer. The three realized they were a fit, and Jeepster was born. Tracks were laid down for the forthcoming release, "What if All The Rebels Died?" at a friend's empty cabin in the woods near Lake Tahoe.

Jeepster plays some fine pop tunes, mixing the influences from the British and American pop in a unique manner. The band certainly refers to a lot of oldies like T-Rex (one of the strongest influence for this young band) but also shows its love ...read more

After ending O! The Joy, Goings and Marcelli moved to San Francisco, where they began jamming with Nevada City resident Jonah Wells, a singer. The three realized they were a fit, and Jeepster was born. Tracks were laid down for the forthcoming release, "What if All The Rebels Died?" at a friend's empty cabin in the woods near Lake Tahoe.

Jeepster plays some fine pop tunes, mixing the influences from the British and American pop in a unique manner. The band certainly refers to a lot of oldies like T-Rex (one of the strongest influence for this young band) but also shows its love for the more recent pop scene (Jesus & Mary Chain, Portugal The Man, Spoon, The Walkmen, Dr. Dog).

Jeepster will release their first full-length, What If All The Rebels Died?, internationally with Paris, France based label Distile Records. « hide

Similar Bands: T-Rex, Spoon, The Walkmen, Portugal The Man, The Decemberists

What If All The Rebels Died?
2009

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