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Wiretap Records Adds Timeshares To Its Roster; Band Debuts New Single, Video

June 3 — Up-and-coming punk band Timeshares has a lot to celebrate lately.

The band recently signed a record deal with independent record label Wiretap Records, which will see the band release its new album through the label. In anticipation of the album’s release, the band premiered the album’s lead single, ‘Siren Sound‘ and its video Wednesday.

The musical arrangement featured in the band’s new single is a familiar pop punk style composition. At points throughout the song, it does seem to throw back to some of the pop punk sounds of the mid to late 90s, which will certainly engage and entertain plenty of audiences in itself.

The song’s lyrical theme is an introspective story according to bassist/song writer Mike Natoli.

“I had just moved back to my hometown and got reluctantly dragged to my 10-year high school reunion,” Natoli said. “While I wasn’t necessarily questioning myself, it still managed to stir up some weird thoughts and feelings about what I was doing with my life.

“I wanted to write about the subject from the reverse perspective of “A Plea From A Cat Named Virtute” by The Weakerthans and make it a proposition to my golden retriever Buddy. This wild idea that we could trade lives and he could go out on my adventures while I got to blend in with the scenery and not talk to anyone was something that seemed mutually beneficial.”

The lyrical theme plays directly into the song’s video, which finds Natoli taking a walk with his dog as he sings and the song plays over.

More information on Timeshares’ new single, video, and album is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:






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