THE TEEN AGE 'WAYS TO ADAPT' EP OUT NOW ON PAPERCUP MUSIC
Brooklyn quartet, The Teen Age, has released its debut EP, Ways To Adapt, on June 3rd on PaperCup Music. Featuring four new songs about which singer/guitarist Digo said, "All the songs on the EP grew out of a certain emptiness I had after a bad breakup, and how I tried to cope and adapt through different vices." Ways To Adapt was recorded at Madpan Studios in New York with Producer Uri Djemal.
Formed in a Brooklyn basement in late 2012, The Teen Age plays a mix of '70s inspired punk and garage rock. The group made their live debut in January of last year, supporting Palma Violets. Their debut single, "Ventura", was recorded at the Converse Rubber Tracks Studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and released via PaperCup Music. "Ventura" showcased the band's particular brand of "Doo-Wop Garage" featuring reverb-drenched guitars and a sing-along ready chorus. The band followed up with the "Matador" 7" single in October, performing at the 2013 CMJ Music Festival, along with a slew of New York City shows in the fall, after which they spent the winter holed up to write and record Ways To Adapt.