By Jaci Jedrych
The widely anticipated release of January Jane’s EP “Your Drug” has finally occurred, which was instantly met with thousands of streams.
January Jane’s formation certainly could be called serendipitous. After meeting at a party, lead vocalist and lyricist Pat Via and guitarist and D.C. native Mitch C. Mitchell had instant chemistry, and their first song was outlined within ten minutes. One night, they stumbled upon Peter Scialla playing piano at a private party, and knew they had to play with him, forming January Jane.
They describe their new music as a “late night party in NYC- champagne, Grey’s Papaya, and all the fun, with none of the hangover.” They have released a number of singles. “Your Drug” is their first EP.
Alchemical Records covered “Your Drug’s lead single “Versions of You” and its accompanying video. Their album is an expansion into this sound, delivering a sound even more sparkling, scintillating, irresponsible, and at the same time irresistible.
8 Graves and Bryce Fox fans should explore January Jane’s EP. Creating a glamourous soundscape, their debut EP is not one to be missed.
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Jaci Jedrych is a World Politics student at The Catholic University in Washington, D.C. She loves going to concerts and exploring different genres, and has a passion for arts and news writing.
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