Jeremy & The Harlequins are a New York City band celebrating the release of their new album Into The Night released on August 5th. Their past album featured “Trip Into The Light” a song recently voted one of the ‘Coolest Songs in the World’ by Steven Van Zandt’s Underground Garage. Straight out of the city, the band’s unique rock and roll melodies with fierce vocals and edgy twist bring a nostalgic, retro sound back into today’s popular music.
Jen Green: Tell us about the last song you listened to.
Jeremy Fury: I was in our band van with a friend of mine and she put on the song “No Waves” by Fidlar.
JG: What was the last thing you ate?
JF: A half decent enchilada at a Mexican restaurant in Port Clinton, OH.
JG: Appreciate the honesty there! Where is your next show?
JF: We just played Hollystock, this cool small festival in New Jersey. Our next show is August 20th at Berlin in New York City and we have a few one off shows after.
JG: I see a lot of local bands on the lineup. We enjoyed your set! Now if your music were edible, what words would you use to describe it? Which song should we check out first?
JF: Scrumptious and diiddleyumpshish??? Check out our song Big Beat off our new album Into the Night. Why? Because the hook is ‘Everybody’s walking to the same big beat.’ If you haven’t heard the tune yet, then the statement ain’t true and it makes me a liar. I don’t wanna be a liar. Below is our video for our latest single!
JG: Since this is Daily Dish, you need to share with us your favorite food item from your favorite local restaurant back home.
JF: I live in Hell’s Kitchen, NYC and I’ve really been into eating Russian food lately. My favorite right now is going to the Russian Vodka Room at 52nd and 8th and getting herring, borscht, and a chilled Filthy Russian dirty martini.
(photo courtesy of Yelp)