“The hard hitting, bluesy guitar riffs Chris hammers out combined with Jocelyn’s gravelly,
honey-smoked vocals, which are similar to a young Fiona Apple and the talented Grace Potter, are
wonderfully matched.“– Lemonade Magazine
“The Arndts sound like they were raised on 60’s rock records, and would enjoy having
a drink with the ghost of Janis Joplin” – New York Scene Report
“Chris Arndt is a powerful songwriting force on all twelve tracks of the album, delivering piercing guitar riffs
that are precise, yet purposefully sluggish as a means to flirt with his listeners.“ – NYS Music
June 20, 2017 – Boston, MA – Sibling blues-rockers Jocelyn & Chris Arndt are thrilled to share the brand-new music video for their hit single “Footprints On The Moon” today via Impose Magazine. The song debuted as Billboard’s#5 Most Added AAA Radio Single in its first week. “Footprints On The Moon” features Danny Louis of Gov’t Mule and comes from the band’s sophomore album Go, which premiered via” Relix Magazine earlier this month. Fans can check out the video, which offers a fun look at life on the road with Jocelyn & Chris, here: https://goo.gl/QupzQv. For more information or to purchase Go, please visit: www.jocelynandchrismusic.com.
On the new video, Jocelyn shares: “Between touring, recording, and radio promo, our lives definitely get pretty crazy! We knew we wanted to make a video for “Footprints on the Moon,” but we just couldn’t find time to go all the way home to shoot one. So when we were down at SXSW doing our thing, we decided to grab a couple of GoPro cameras and try our hand at making a video guerrilla-style. From Tennessee and Texas to our recording studio in Upstate NY, and even our dorms at Harvard, here’s a quick look at life on the “Go”!“
Siblings Jocelyn & Chris Arndt are creating a new generation of authentic album rock.
Backed by a killer band onstage, their recordings feature special guests including G. Love, Gov’t Mule’s Danny Louis, Beau Sasser of Kung Fu, and legendary session players Alvin Moody, David Baron, and Ilya Toshinsky.
Their sophomore full-length Go was released to radio April 10th. That week it was Billboard’s#5 Most Added Single to AAA Radio in the US. The album’s lead-off single “Footprints on the Moon” reached #64 on the FMQB AAA Top 100 after five weeks with airplay coast to coast.
In May, Go debuted at #2 on The Jambands Top 30 Album Chart.
Jocelyn & Chris’ debut full-lengthEdges and follow-up live album 30,000 Miles reached #14 and #8 respectively on the Relix Jambands Top 30, taking their first single “Shame” into the FMQB AAA Top 200.
30,000 Miles (2017), featuring recordings from legendary venues and music festivals across the country, premiered in full via Glide Magazine.
In December 2016, Jocelyn & Chris released Still: A Holiday Collection, a 6-song holiday EP. Comprised of both time-honored classics and more modern additions, including their original holiday song “Still,” the EP premiered viaBaeble Music.
Together with their band, Jocelyn & Chris have logged performances across the country, including stops at The Sundance Film Festival, Mountain Jam Music Festival, SXSW, CMJ, The Viper Room and Hotel Cafe in Hollywood, Milwaukee Summerfest*, The Birchmere in Alexandria, and numerous other top venues and events. They’ve provided direct support for Vertical Horizon, Delta Rae, Little Feat, Marc Cohn, the Gin Blossoms, Rick Derringer, Denis DeYoung, Sunny Sweeney, Here Come the Mummies, Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers, Pat McGee Band, and Shannon LaBrie.
*In July, Jocelyn & Chris won the audience vote for “best band” on the emerging artist stage at Summerfest in Milwaukee.
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