Jaguero by Franco Campesato
Jaguero by Franco Campesato
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Italy’s JAGUERO share new single “All I Think About” from forthcoming EP

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Jaguero, Italy’s trending emotive punk rock act, unveils their latest single “All I Think About,” heating up this sizzling summer even more. This release follows their previous hit, “New Love,” which is also the name of their soon-to-launch EP under Epidemic Records. As a four-member ensemble, Jaguero continues to excite fans with new tracks that are both fresh and engaging.

The latest single, “All I Think About,” builds on the successful elements that endeared fans to their debut EP “Worst Weekend Ever.” However, it also introduces fresh creative elements, making for an arresting and memorable tune.

Epidemic Records is set to release a chic, colored vinyl edition of “New Love” along with its predecessor “Worst Weekend Ever,” limited to just 300 copies. The label is now accepting pre-orders here.

Diving into the essence of “All I Think About,” the band provides a rich insight: “The track serves as a meditation on the trials of adulthood and the lasting imprints of our formative years. It explores the tensions we face as we navigate the complicated journey of growing older, evolving, and finding our unique space in the world. The lyrics reveal a dichotomy between our youthful, fearless selves and our more guarded adult persona, advocating for a balance that honors both our past and future. For anyone wrestling with the burdens of adult life while holding onto the hopes and dreams that characterized their youth, this song resonates deeply.”

Anticipation builds as the release date for the full EP approaches this coming September.

Karol Kamiński

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