Hear the garagey, catchy new punk single from Cyclone Static, “Real Sign”

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On July 21, Jersey City punks Cyclone Static release their new EP Cave Pop: Dance Songs For Primitive People via Mint 400 Records. And today, they share a new song from the EP, “Real Sign,” which carves out a groove between Cheap Trick-esque power pop, classic ’70s and ’80s-era punk rock and early ’90s alt-rock reminiscent of Rocket from the Crypt sans horn section. It’s perfect summertime rock ‘n’ roll music, in other words, and you can hear the gritty new rocker below.

The band’s Jonathan Levine said in a statement, “‘Real Sign’ is the most primal and ‘Cave Poppy’ of all the songs in its sound and feel. It is where the EP title came from as a sort of half joke. We imagined that a Caveman band could be playing this song at a party at Fred Flintstone’s house. The lyrics are about a desire for something and receiving a sign you’re on the right path to achieve it.”

Pre-order the new EP over at the Cyclone Static Bandcamp.

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