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Subway Rat - "Outta Town"

Get ready to crank up the volume and hit the dance floor because Subway Rat is back with a bang! The indie rocker from Queens, New York City, is thrilled to unveil his latest release, "Outta Town," and it's nothing short of a pop party hit.

In Subway Rat's own words, "Outta Town" maintains his signature high-energy, alt, and raw style, but this time it comes with a polished pop twist. Released under Rat Tooth Records, this track is a sneak peek into his upcoming sophomore album, and it's clear that Subway Rat is here to make you move.

"Outta Town" is a blend of alt pop and indie rock that packs a punch. Real guitars and bass groove over hip-hop-infused drums, creating a sound that's both nostalgic and fresh. Subway Rat's grunge/post-punk rasp and delivery transport you back to the 2000s garage scene, where emotions ran high, and the vibrations of music led the way at NYC dance parties. It's high energy, yet it maintains a vibey and chill vibe that's perfect for any occasion.

Drawing inspiration from the likes of The Strokes, Franz Ferdinand, The Killers, and Kings of Leon, Subway Rat has crafted a sound that's uniquely his own. His journey into music began after a challenging breakup and a late diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. But with determination and creativity, he penned his first song, "Rendezvous," and hasn't looked back since.

Collaborating with indie guitarist and producer Paco Lee, along with multi-platinum, Grammy-winning engineers at Lounge Studios in Times Square, Subway Rat has honed his craft. Fans are captivated by his raspy voice, aggressive delivery, and romantic storytelling. He's become a dynamic figure in NYC's music scene, drawing comparisons to legends like The Strokes, The Velvet Underground, Talking Heads, 50 Cent, and Pop Smoke.

"Outta Town" is just a taste of what Subway Rat has in store for his sophomore album, and it's a must-listen for anyone craving an electrifying blend of alt pop and indie rock. So, turn up the volume, let loose, and join Subway Rat on this musical journey "Outta Town." All feedback is welcome because this rising star is here to stay. Listen now.


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