New York-based rock band The Inoculated Canaries has released the Official Music Video for their single, “Count Me Out,” off of their upcoming Trying Times. Trying Times, their second EP, was released January 12th.
“Our songs come from personal experiences: beginnings and ends loves and loss. Ultimately to experience as much as possible and to not take yourself too seriously”
– Inoculated Canaries
What do you get when eclectic creativity gets twisted with diverse musical influences and incubates in an atmosphere of unrestrained inspiration? The hatching of The Inoculated Canaries. With The Inoculated Canaries, you get a full-on aural and visual package of brightly intense ingenuity and polished musicianship.
The New York foursome is rounded out by Michael Rubin on guitar and vocals, James Terranova on drums, Dylan Gross on bass, and Brian Sweeney on keys. With their diverse musical interests spanning from Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix to Punk Rock sensibility a la Green Day, Blink 182, Streetlight Manifesto, and Reel Big Fish, mixed with their formal jazz training and performance to the dramatic flair of musical theater, these guys bring a lot more to the table than anything categorizable, and it shows.
“The Canaries has felt like 10 different bands throughout its lifespan,” says Michael “We keep adding to our style because there are so many great influences we can learn from. I spend 8-9 hours a day with these jerks and it absolutely contributes to how tight our live shows are. I know what James is going to do before James even knows he’s gonna do it.”
Their debut EP, THE BLUE LAWS, was soon followed by the singles “DON’T BE LATE” and the acoustic version of “JERICHO”.
“Our songs come from personal experiences: beginnings and ends loves and loss. Ultimately to experience as much as possible and to not take yourself too seriously” – The Inoculated Canaries.
Several live performances include Winterfest, opening for The Mowgli’s.
The band most recently announced the release of their long-awaited follow-up EP, TRYING TIMES with the unveiling of a colorful and irreverent music video for the track “COUNT ME OUT.”
The band’s mission is simple: to bring back ROCK! And while that’s a mission a lot of emerging artists are taking on, it’s one that this quartet is uniquely suited to address.
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