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No Hope In New Jersey - Decline Video

No Hope In New Jersey are set to release their new single ‘Decline’ (previously known as ‘New Design In Hell’) on August 8 through Atlantic Records. Following the success of their previous two singles, ‘Narcolepsy’ and ‘Invaders (Of My Space)’, ‘Decline’ sees the quartet stepping things up a gear, with a devastating riff and razor-sharp lyrics, and production courtesy of Chris Sheldon (Therapy?, Biffy Clyro, Foo Fighters). No Hope In New Jersey’s debut album 'Steady Diet Of Decline' is due to hit shops on August 22.

The video for the single is available to view by clicking on the following media links:

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Artist Biography:

No Hope in New Jersey is a four piece rock band formed in Manchester in 2003. A string of great live performances got them picked up by Atlantic Records after only six gigs. Theirs is a direct sound that bears little resemblance to much of the city's output of the last few years. No echoes of Madchester here. Their songs contain big riffs and sly melodies but a deceptive sense of craft.

They say "Our aim is to make music that fuses together all of our favourite bands and capture the initial excitement that we got when we heard artists like Fugazi, Neil Young, Metallica, Bowie, for the first time,' explains Andy. 'If we have any influences whatsoever it's wanting to be like those bands that follow their own journey as musicians. Bands that don't need to be part of a particular scene to be what they are. That's what we like."

Kerrang said "It shouldn't be long before these pasty, leather-jacketed rock disciples blow holes in your speakers."

Visit the official band website:

No Hope In New Jersey

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