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Jane Church Signs to Greenway Records, Stream New Single "Rocket To The Kremlin"

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NEW YORK, Jun 6, 2018 

Jane Church Signs to Greenway Records, Stream New Single "Rocket To The Kremlin" New 7" Due Out in July & Debut LP Out Fall 2018

Photo: Jono Bernstein

Jane Church began as the solo recording project of Queens, NY-based artist Matt Stevenson in 2017. Joined live by seasoned musicians Ali Awan (lead guitar), Turner Stough (bass), and Peter Hilton Jr. (drums,) he has a string of releases on the way -- including a 7" in July and a debut LP this fall -- and has signed to NYC's Greenway Records

For a taste of Jane Church's sound, which Stevenson has described as "Beatlegum" and "janitor rock," you can now stream new single "Rocket To The Kremlin" via SoundCloud or on Spotify.

Having shared stages with La Luz, The Mystery Lights & more, Jane Church has a handful of local shows coming up this summer and fall, including dates with Italian band Bee Bee Sea. See below for a list of upcoming shows.


Upcoming Shows:
6/24: Brooklyn, NY -- Alphaville
7/16: Asbury Park, NJ -- The Saint (w/ Bee Bee Sea)
7/20: Brooklyn, NY -- Elsewhere (w/ Bee Bee Sea)
7/21: Philadelphia, PA -- The Sound Hole (w/ Bee Bee Sea)
7/27: Brooklyn, NY -- Our Wicked Lady Rooftop (7" release show w/ Stuyedeyed)
9/21: Brooklyn, NY -- Elsewhere Rooftop (w/ Dirty Fences, Big Eyes)

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