NOTHIN’ BUT A GOOD TIME

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Are you ready to rock? Do you want a good time? Do you want to get high? If the answer to any of those questions is yes, then the undisputed kings of balls-out rock ’n’ roll are back to provide maximum satisfaction. An elite, three-man squad, dedicated to the noble art of riffs, melodies, and life-affirming rock anthems, DANKO JONES are ready to serve up all the Electric Sounds you could possibly need!

September 15, 2023 will see the Canadian trio release their hotly-anticipated, eleventh studio album, entitled Electric Sounds, via AFM Records. Today, DANKO JONES are premiering their new single, the muscular new wave strut of “Good Time”, alongside a hilarious karaoke-themed music video featuring a guest appearance by Inge Johansson (previously of Against Me! and International Noise Conspiracy)! The clip was directed by Philip Hovensjö at Horseboy (Yung Lean, Martin Garrix, Victor Leksell and many more).

Danko confirms, Good Time is the song you need to hear when you’re not ready to throw in the towel. It also rocks very very very hard and has a lot of swear words.”

Watch the new DANKO JONES clip, feat. Inge Johansson, HERE or by clicking below. The track is available on all digital services at THIS LOCATION.

Toronto’s archbishops of amplification prove that even a global pandemic couldn’t stop DANKO JONES. As previous album appetiser “Guess Who’s Back” also clearly displayed, it’s just made them even more unstoppable.

Electric Sounds promises to have the instant sound and feel of a classic. With no need to reinvent the wheel, the group have further honed and refined their craft – always at full volume – although Electric Sounds is a deceptively diverse affair. Electric Sounds was produced by Eric Ratz, and features guest spots from Tyler Stewart (Barenaked Ladies), Damian Abraham (Fucked Up) and guitarist Daniel Dekay (from Canadian thrash legends Exciter).

I’d like to think Electric Sounds falls in line with all our previous albums,” says Danko“Over the years, we’ve carved out a sound and we’re sticking to it. But if you were to zoom in and compare it to other albums, I’d like to think it’s a bit faster than our other albums. Initially, I wanted all the songs to sound like our song, Cadillac – plodding, mid-tempo, heavy, and to the point. Our songs are usually about rocking, wanting to rock

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