Blinded Passenger will release new album in Scranton, the city that inspired it, on Dec. 5
From a press release:
Scranton-based indie rock band Blinded Passenger will release their first full-length album, “The Electric,” on Friday, Dec. 5 at a CD release show at The Keys (244 Penn Ave., Scranton).
Blinded Passenger features singer/songwriter Patrick McGlynn, Steve Werner on drums, Stefan Ogonosky on guitar, and Kevin Stone on bass. “The Electric” is an album that was written with the idea of painting a picture of the city of Scranton. Everything from the instruments to the effects to the recording techniques was inspired by the city.
The release show will also be accompanied by an art show featuring the work of Nick Ogonosky, the drummer of A Social State who designed the album artwork for “The Electric.”
Blinded Passenger will be playing all 12 songs from the album during the Dec. 5 show and will be joined by acts to be announced. Listen to the title track streaming here.
“The Electric” will be available to purchase for $10 at The Keys that night. The show begins at 9 p.m., and admission is $5. The album will be available to purchase on iTunes as well.
Listen to some of the band’s earlier work below: