Jetski produce the sort of lovely emo-tinged pop-punk that you can’t help but smile about, and their new EP is arriving next month.
Jetski are gearing up for the release of a new EP.
It’s going to be called ‘For The Family’ and will be dropping on October 21.
The artwork looks like this:
There’s a new track for you to listen to as well.
It’s called ‘Joey and Zoe’, an outrageously catchy piece of emo-sprinkled pop-punk joy full of brilliantly relatable storytelling and poetic brilliance.
Frontman Charles Fitzgerald had this to say about it:
“’Joey and Zoe’ was written during the lockdown when house parties seemed like a thing of the past – we wanted to tell a story that most can relate to; pre-drinking, trying to find a yard a mate of a mate of a mate told you to come to. You know the deal.
“Once recording was polished off, we set out to record a couple music videos with Aaran from While She Sleeps, but just before starting the shoot, our bass player broke his back at Outbreak Festival. So with that new spanner in the works we rewrote the video concept to fit around our out-of-action bass player and poke a bit of fun at his School of Rock-esque injury. It’s a throwback to the pop punk videos of the early 2000s filled with skits and silliness.”
Here we go, it’s a belter: