PALOOKA - "Cut You Out of Me"


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PALOOKA's "Cut You Out of Me": A Sonic Brawl of Rock Redemption

Get ready to crank up the volume and unleash the rock spirit because Seattle's own PALOOKA is crashing through the gates of the music scene with their latest single "Cut You Out of Me". This adrenaline-fueled anthem is just a taste of what's to come from their upcoming EP, "Save Yourself", set to drop in February 2024. Buckle up for a wild ride of vintage riffs, powerful vocals, and a rock sound that hits you like a freight train.
In the chaotic symphony of life, PALOOKA emerges with "Cut You Out of Me", a track that dives deep into the aftermath of a significant breakup. Lead singer Chuck Campbell belts out emotion-soaked melodies while the guitars, manned by Chris Quinn and Glen Logan, deliver punches reminiscent of a barroom brawl. This isn't just a breakup song; it's a journey of reclaiming strength and forging ahead.
Chuck Campbell shares, "Even when parting ways is the right thing, there are haunting emotions tied to the void, the missed opportunities, and the unrealized potential. 'Cut You Out of Me' is a sonic journey of reclaiming one's strength and forging a path forward".
Hailing from the rainy city of Seattle, PALOOKA isn't your average rock band. With Chuck Campbell's tenacious vocals, Chris Quinn and Glen Logan's guitar prowess, Howard Binner on bass, and Jason Reavis on drums, they form a powerhouse of sound. Since their debut album in 2011, PALOOKA has been making waves, and their upcoming EP, "Save Yourself", promises to be a roaring continuation of their rock saga.
Written mostly during the pandemic, the songs on "Save Yourself" bear the imprint of physical isolation. This unique environment not only shaped the personal themes of the songs but also played a pivotal role in the collaborative process. PALOOKA didn't just decide the track lineup; it organically fell into place, dictated by the circumstances that led to their creation.
As fans of various genres, PALOOKA infused their influences into a unique energy that's entirely their own. Expect elements of metal, blues, 70's rock, grunge, alternative, and more. "Save Yourself" is a testament to pushing boundaries and rediscovering rock in its purest, classic form.
If you're a fan of Cheap Trick, Alice in Chains, and AC/DC, PALOOKA should be on your radar. The EP drops on February 23, 2024, delivering a loud, classic, and accessible rock experience. Brace yourself for a sonic journey that spans anthemic twists, ferocious guitar work, and, most importantly, a good old-fashioned rock and roll attitude.
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Watch the music video for "Save Yourself" here:
Track Listing:
Cut You Out of Me (4:00)
F Mind (4:13)
Save Yourself (4:01)
Far From God (3:09)
Bellflower (5:54)
EP Length: 21:19
Album & Live Band Lineup:
Chuck Campbell: Vocals
Howard Binner: Bass
Jason Reavis: Drums
Glen Logan: Guitar
Chris Quinn: Guitar

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In a world drowning in musical mediocrity, PALOOKA's "Cut You Out of Me" is a thunderous wake-up call. Chuck Campbell's vocals cut through the noise, and the guitars deliver a sonic punch that's simultaneously nostalgic and refreshingly new. As the pandemic-forged EP "Save Yourself" looms on the horizon, PALOOKA proves they're not just a band; they're architects of a sonic revolution. In an era of fleeting trends, they stand as a testament to the enduring power of true, unapologetic rock. So, fellow metalheads, get ready to raise your horns and let PALOOKA lead you on a rock pilgrimage like no other. This is the anthem we've been waiting for. Horns up! 🤘