UTG PREMIERE: J.O.S. – “Cry Little Baby”

Newly-formed British rock group J.O.S. and Under The Gun Review are teaming up to bring you the band’s new single, “Cry Little Baby.” Experimental enough to be put in the same category as a Mike Patton project, but melodic enough to be compared to the likes of Muse, “Cry Little Baby,” is a one-of-a-kind new jam.

Formed by frontman John O’Shea, the band is ramping up to drop its new EP on Halloween, for free. O’Shea had this to say about “Cry Little Baby”:

“‘Cry Little Baby’ is about coming to terms with who you are, both good and ill,” O’Shea said. “You are now what you’ll always be, the poison and the remedy.”

Click the “Read More” button to stream the new track now. Be on the lookout for the record when it drops on Oct. 31 and be sure to leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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