The Jaguar Club: Stringer

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The Jaguar ClubNew York/Massachusetts band THE JAGUAR CLUB have recently issued a new EP, Close, which was inspired by a return to the idea of a band being “a band.” Someone writes a song and then the group completely re-moulds it fighting to fit their best ideas in. Hoping to catch the magic of the rehearsal room, the new EP came together over a week in a DUMBO Brooklyn studio under the guidance of Nick Stumpf (French Kicks, Caveman, etc).

William Popadic (vocals & guitar) explained: “Stringer is a song that, for me, really represents the whole reason we reunited the band. It started as a little chirpy all synth demo I made by myself, but once the full band got their hands on it the song became something else entirely.”

They will be spending the remainder of 2015 touring, including winter dates in the UK and developing material on the road for their next release, a full length album.

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