Reflecting and Writing  

This time away from shows has been about reflecting and writing... what’s your lockdown hobby? 

Poe the Passenger's bassist Matt writes from their apartment in Los Angeles, CA.

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What's your drink of choice? ☕  

We all know it's going to take a lot of coffee to get through 2021... What's your drink of choice?

📸  Justin Holdstock

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FOLLOW ME by Poe the Passenger is a Bipolar Anthem  

Follow Me is a bipolar anthem that pushes the boundaries of altrock into a "Dark N' Dancy" subgenre within new noise. Produced by New Alt Artist, Charming Liars, it will have listeners feel the warmth of electric guitars & infectious bass like dancing in a slow burning room. Being authentic about the ebb & flow of loving yourself despite your flaws & how they eat away at you is key to carrying on. Poe the Passenger "is dead-set on injecting vitality into today’s alt-rock scene” (Buzz Music).

FOLLOW ME is out now: https://open.spotify.com/album/1s7FmIoeoVUogvFMvRqhGY?si=FC0OTdpqRMup5MnQ1FWPiA

 

(Album artwork by Jeff Pridgen)

11 27 20 

 

11 27 20. 

pre-save: https://distrokid.com/hyperfo.../poethepassenger/follow-me-2

Satirical New Rock Anthem 'SWEET TALK' 

“Sweet Talk”, Poe the Passenger’s new single, is a satirical commentary on the phoney Hollywood culture packaged in an alt-rock, up beat, and humorous anthem. The critical lyrics are paired with guitar-forward hooks, heart-pounding kicks, and electric aesthetics. All together the song stays true to Poe the Passenger’s message of intrinsic authenticity, and provides an alternate perspective on the importance of clout in the ecosystem of modern-day LA. Relatable to anyone enmeshed in the materialistic culture of America, this song is sure to strike a chord with millennials and Gen Z alike. Imagine: you enter a party where people's sugar-coated conversations are louder than the decor and hearing too much could make you "so sick of the sweet talk."

Click HERE to stream it now.