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“5 PIECE SAD BOY POP ROCK BAND FROM SAN ANTONIO TX”
So claims this Texas pop-punk group who adds a depth to their music that isn’t often found. With that signature whiny punk vocal mixed with the melodic instrumentation akin to some of the best bands in the genre, with a somber violin sprinkled in, Postcards From The Moon has filled a gap that pop-punk has been sorely missing.
With their second EP set to be released April 5th, titled ‘Me Without You’, the quintet is ready to send your emo nostalgia into overdrive. The band recently revealed a music video in promotion of their lead single ‘Just Make Sure You’re Happy’.
Vocalist Caleb Rangel says on the single, courtesy of High Road Publicity, “The song is about a girl I was with in high school,” says vocalist Caleb Rangel. “I came to the realization that she’ll never be with me again, so I wanted to send a message saying that whoever she does end up with, better make her super happy. That’s all I ask for.”
The EP was produced by Kevin W. Gates, known from working with such names as Never Shout Never, Stephen Jerzak, and The Ready Set.
By Kevin Flinn