Long Island‘s Gone Stereo is premiering a new video for the track “Don’t Think I Forgot About You” on BlankTV. Singer Matty Lupinacci says “Getting dumped sucks, but sometimes you move onto better things and you don’t look back. When your ex hits the dating pool, realizes you’re great and wants you back…it may be too late.”
Long Island has a long and storied history as a hub of underground punk and with their debut single, Gone Stereo, has added the first page to their chapter. “Don’t Think I Forgot About You” is an early 2000s pop-punk flashback reminiscent of MxPx, Autopilot Off, The Ataris or Allister to name a few.
With its catchy hooks, driving melodies, and memorable choruses, this song make it impossible to not sing-a-long and listen on repeat. B-side “Taste of This” has a pounding mid-tempo beat and soaring harmonies perfect for blasting the stereo with the windows down on a drive into the city for the pop-punk show.
The band has announced a string of shows in Jan/Feb including supporting stints for Boys Of Fall on Jan 28 in Williamsburg and Hidden In Plain View in NYC on Jan 29.
Upcoming Show Dates:
Jan 28 at The Meadows, (Williamsburg) Brooklyn, NY with Boys of Fall
Jan 29 at Gramercy Theatre, New York, NY with Hidden In Plain View
Feb 25 at Mr. Beery’s, Bethpage, NY with Skappository (live album recording)
To listen to more of Gone Stereo, click the link here to check out their Spotify.
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