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Dry Well

by New Fang

Upbeat and in your face blues rock and roll track featuring attitude drenched vocals, a driving-butt shaking beat, and some ripping guitar work.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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Album Notes
When a band on their very first show has the entire crowd chanting their name, you know it won’t be long before they’re selling out stadium-sized concerts.

New Fang is the passion project of Tyler Coy and Zach Short, two talented songwriters whose palpable musical chemistry intoxicates any room they're in with an irresistible flow, and has laid the foundation for their vintage rock-inspired power pop band. Surprisingly, their collaboration was unexpected for both of them. Tyler Coy was engineering for Oldsmar-based band Viewers Like You when he struck up a conversation with their guitarist Zach Short, and they found each other to be kindred spirits, both in musical inspirations and in professional aspirations. One jam session later, their compatibility was impossible to deny and they knew something big was in the works.

Wanting to put the project in good hands, Coy recruited two trusted musicians from previous projects, bassist Ben Beronda and drummer Ryan Calderone to develop what would soon become New Fang. The line-up was solidified when keyboardist Greg Wyshak joined after his girlfriend happened upon New Fang in their early beginnings on Instagram and messaged them through the app. It’s evident that all five members know how to rock. They revive that pure quality of 60s and 70s bluesy old-school rock and infuse it with a modern and danceable groove that makes for unforgettable live shows. Neither Coy nor Short wanted to sacrifice lyrical content over musical energy - they’ve both taken the canvas of their signature rock style as an opportunity to explore the deeper struggles of their generation. They make bold political and social commentary, like in their song “Hey Jesse” inspired by the opioid crisis. They explore their own emotional situations and self-reflections, like in their song “Dirt”, which has become a fan favorite since premiering as the band’s first single in 2019.

There’s a magical timelessness to their music, their songs sounding like you could rock out to them 40 years ago as much as you could 40 years from now. It’s no surprise that they are heavily inspired by treasured acts like Led Zeppelin, Al Green, Jimi Hendrix, Miles Davis, and The Beatles. The enduring quality of their music has caught on in their vibrant Tampa Bay music scene, with the band being sought after to share line-ups with local favorites, as well as big touring acts like Kolars. What makes New Fang stand out the most from their contemporaries is the tenacity of every member to keep growing. They always want to know: How can we be better? Who can we meet? When is our next show? Pure talent with pure ambition isn’t a combination you always see, but this band has it.

New Fang may be inspired by the old-school style, but their music by no means old. In fact, these boys are just getting started.

- Amanda Doyle, WMNF



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