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Less Radio

by The Normal Living

TNL’s focus is writing tight, energetic, indie rock songs that have pop appeal. Liza Zitelli’s lead vocals nod to girl groups of the 60s and pop-rock from the 90s, while summoning country and folk soul.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Dead End Rock
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2. Timeout New York
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3. Skyline Blues
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4. Charlotte Arms
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5. Less Radio
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6. Penn Station
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Album Notes
Both inspired and frustrated by the urban and suburban landscapes from which it emerged, TNL’s Less Radio expresses the sensibility of the city and its satellites.

Track 1 -- Dead End Rock: The EP’s first song and lead single is driven by a dance beat and a lead synth line that reflects TNL’s 80’s influences and is for fans of synthy dance rock.
Track 2 -- Timeout, NY:  A pop rock song with heavy drums, a tinge of folky harmonica, soulful harmonies, and bright telecaster chords. This song’s chorus is begging to be sung at 4am in bars up and down Second Avenue.
Track 3 -- Skyline Blues: The song’s dirty guitar and Ramones inspired harmonies on the chorus is a nod to gritty downtown New York.  If Best Coast was from New York instead of California, they might sound like this.
Track 4 -- Charlotte Arms: The song starts off as a beautiful acoustic ballad but transforms into an anthem by the end with U2 inspired guitar riffs and a powerful marching drum outro.
Track 5 -- Less Radio: The EP’s title track is set in a dark, post-apocalyptic future.  The song’s desperate and catchy chorus (“We only know less radio”) offers hope in a bleak setting.
Track 6 -- Penn Station: With a driving back beat and aggressive acoustic guitar, this song tells the story of the destruction of one of the greatest New York City landmarks. Its catchy, sing-a-long refrain invites us to reflect on the past (“I’m on my way to old Penn Station to forget the things we’ve done”), but also carries a thoughtful message for today.


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