UTG PREMIERE: Mother Goose – “Pity Party”

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New Jersey rock unit Mother Goose are set to release their debut EP, Pity Party, on Friday, April 29. Today, we’re excited to exclusively premiere the effort’s title track.

“Pity Party” perfectly showcases the band’s confessional lyrical leanings and bouncy rock-and-roll bravado, reminiscent of Say Anything’s Baseball and Menorah / Majorah, with just a hint of 1970s classic rock. The track also features a saxophone solo (yeah, it’s that kind of song), courtesy of Sorority Noise frontman Cam Boucher, who also engineered the effort. “Pity Party” is a fantastic peek into the band’s well of sincerity and character that leaves us wanting more.

Listen to “Pity Party” below, and make sure to follow Mother Goose on Twitter to be alerted as soon the EP becomes available. In case you missed it, make sure to check out the first Pity Party single, “The Rain.”

John Bazley

John Bazley was raised in central New Jersey by the romantic aura of the Asbury Park beachfront, punk rock, and Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4. He is still trying to figure all of this stuff out.

In addition to UTG, John has contributed to Alternative Press and Full Frequency Media. Follow him on Twitter for pictures of his dog.
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