- Ferentz and The Felons Premieres New Song “Note to Self” on SoundCloud
- New Jersey-based alt rock band Ferentz and The Felons has delivered a new song “Note to Self” from their upcoming debut EP "Hudson County". The song follows up album title track "Hudson County".
The EP comprises of 5-track and is set to be released on July 13, 2018. You can listen to 4 tracks of the album on SoundCloud.
Back in April, the band released the music video for "Hudson County" directed by Joe Cassidy, Susy Alferez, and Melissa Alferez.
The video is powerful and emotional, as well as the song drew a frontman Zak Ferentz's difficult life through his eye. Because his parents had problem as drug addiction in his childhood.
Zak Ferentz said of the album, “Ferentz and The Felons aims to be a voice for all of the underdogs and outcasts in this world, giving back to those in need.”
Ferentz and The Felons was formed in Hudson County, consisting of Zak Ferentz (vocals, guitar), Matt Wasielewski (drums), Rob Dudziak (bass) and Rich Catalano (lead guitar).
The group’s music is influenced from Tom Petty, Neil Young, Bob Dylan and Eric Clapton. Zak Ferentz has tattooed Eric Clapton's face on his arm.
- source : PureGrainAudio