Nashville based group Charge The Atlantic release their latest tune “Dirty Love”.
Nashville based pop/rock group Charge The Atlantic have released their brand new single “Dirty Love”, the group’s first new music of 2019 and the follow up to “Whole Damn Night” and “Don’t Run”, released last year.
Originally hailing from Rhode Island and New Jersey, the four lifelong friends left New England, searching for a place to build a pop music career. That place just happened to be Nashville, TN. The boys debuted with the highly infectious “Don’t Run” (a must listen!) and followed this with the catchy and groovy “Whole Damn Night”, with its repetitive chorus of “I don’t care, I don’t care…”, and you definitely will when you hear this song!
The group have made videos for both tracks and it looks like they are having enormous fun in “Whole Damn Night”. Hopefully a video for “Dirty Love”, an anthemic number that is very reminiscent of Onerepublic’s “Kids”, is on the way soon – we are keeping our eyes peeled for it here at talkaboutpopmusic.com!
The band consist of Patrick Krystman (Vocals/Guitar/Keyboards), Peter Racine Jr. (Drums/Percussion), Alex Curnow (Guitar) and Kyle Barboza (Vocals/Bass), all of whom hail from Rhode Island. The best way to experience this band is live, with a cold drink in your hand, on a hot Nashville night. Wear dancing shoes to every show, or you’ll have to stand and watch everyone else having fun while you complain about your shoes!
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