Skip Juice Detox & Get Your Art Rock Detox With The Nectars’ “Heaven”

Art rock with punk spirit

Photo: Courtesy of Wilful Publicity

NYC-made art rock quartet The Nectars helps us unleash all the psychological toxicity that we’ve hoarded this past year with their new single “Heaven.” Like it’s title, it’s a slice of cathartic rock where the mounting intensity and bursting choruses gives you the melodic aggression to pour out any lingering frustrations and live in the moment. Stream below:

“’Heaven’ is a song that talks about finding strength in the freedom that comes along with ridding yourself of toxicity. Sometimes we get so deep down in a negative situation that we stop seeing the beauty around us, the ‘Heaven.’ I hope listeners can relate and connect to this concept and let it act as a reminder that it’s never too late to free yourself and start living the life you want and deserve!”

The track is from their upcoming debut album, which will be coming out this summer. Formed in the late 2016, The Nectars has already received comparisons to Blondie and Paramore. The quartet has become the latest art rock buzz in NYC for their recent performance at Mercury Lounge. Speaking of shows, they have shows coming up:

1/27 – Meatlocker (Montclair, NJ, USA)

4/28 – Dingbatz (Clifton, NJ, USA)