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ParadiseCold Years

 Entertainment One (eOne) and Aberdeen, Scotland-based rock quartet Cold Years are excited to announce the Friday, May 8 release of the band’s highly anticipated debut album titled Paradise. 

As the true sound of worldwide youth disaffection post-Trump and post-Brexit, the songs of Paradise – a sarcastic snarl aimed at the band’s remote hometown – burst from the speakers with a 'clear eyes, full hearts, can't lose' spirit. Springboarding off timelessly vintage-tinged sounds and fueled by lung-busting choruses buffed-up through a modern-day, blue-collar punk rock sheen, Paradise captures the anger and frustration vocalist Ross Gordon feels for a generation in decline. Watch the music video for the album’s new single, “Night Like This” below.

Paradise album artPurchaseSeptember 4th, 2020

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Jason Gordon

Cold Years' Paradise shaping up nicely

July 23rd, 2020

If the singles released so far from the latest offering from Cold Years are an indiciation of the upcoming full length "Paradise", I think we're in for a real treat. These songs are reminiscent of Gaslight Anthem at their most anthemic and energtic, and also brings to mind artists like Dave Hause and the gritty melodic pop punk meets blue-collar rock and roll of bands like The Menzingers. Can't wait to hear how these singles play in the context of the full 13 song album sequence which drops early September, pushed back from its originaly May release date. The wait is almost over....