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The rock band known as Glory Days will be releasing their new EP, Broke In New York, on April 3rd. Greatly influenced by the rich history of rock n' roll culture from their native state, New Jersey, the group has certainly welcomed a sound true to their own. The album was partially recorded at the new Converse Rubber Tracks Studios in Brooklyn, NY. Reminiscent of Parachute and hints of The Fray and Kings of Leon, you will not want to miss out on this release. Consisting of Andy Tongren (vocals), Dylan Scott (guitar), Julian Dimagiba (bass), and Steve Patrick (drums), the band formed in January of 2011. The group quickly rose to create a loyal fan base across the world, hitting over 10K likes on Facebook and 23K followers on twitter a mere twelve months after becoming a band. Touring with the likes of Stereo Skyline and Cash Cash, Glory Days has been featured as the Top 100 Artists on iTunes following their debut release, Living Room Sessions (2011), as well as receiving international airplay in Brazil, Indonesia, and various stations in the US and Canada. With catchy lyrics, memorable beats and a rhythm that will get you dancing, Glory Days knows exactly what they are trying to accomplish on this EP. Tongren explains, "More often than not, when people write songs they try to emulate a certain sound or idea. It seems as it's a developing stage with every band or artist that allows them to find their identity. With our album 'Broke In New York,' the only band we had in mind while writing it was Glory Days. At this early point in our career, we have truly discovered what we want to accomplish as a band, what kind of message we want to send, and how we want to impact the world. Listen to 'Broke In New York'. You'll get it." One of the hottest unsigned rock acts in the US today -- be ready for Glory Days, a household name. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.