Infectious power pop trio Autogramm release a new slab of vinyl on Madrid’s Jarama 45 RPM Records. While the title song keeps with Autogramm’s tradition of crafting sing along pop anthems, the lyrical content delves into the more serious theme of depression. Singer Jiffy Marx tells a tale of pain, pills, and helplessness brought on by the often debilitating affliction. He delivers a very personal account, as the subject of the song is a close friend to him. The b-side brings us back to a lighthearted and synth-soaked version of a Ramones classic, sung in Spanish no less! Both songs can be downloaded at the link above or streamed in the links provided below.

Autogramm would be thrilled to garner a review, feature, or to get a mention about their releases and tours.

Autogramm is a synth-driven, power-pop trio from Vancouver drawing influences from the likes of The Cars, The Go Go’s, Gary Numan, 20/20 and Devo. The band members are Jiffy Marx of Brooklyn’s Hard Drugs and Vancouver’s Blood Meridian, CC Voltage of Berlin’s Dysnea Boys, London’s Loyalties and Vancouver’s Black Halos and Spitfires, and The Silo of Vancouver’s Black Mountain, Lightning Dust and Destroyer.

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