New York’s Go For Launch Sign To Neck Deep Media Press Agency

New York’s Go For Launch Sign To Neck Deep Media Press Agency

We are very pleased to announce that the New York rock quintet Go For Launch has signed into the Neck Deep Media Press Agency!

Go For Launch released a full length record back in March of 2012 titled Frequency Change and already have plans for entering the studio spring of 2013 to record their follow up release.

Go For Launch will be performing on December 21, 2012 with Ballyhoo and Echo Movement at Ollie’s Point/Revolution in Amityville, New York! (Purchase Tickets Here).

If you would like to attend this show to interview the band, conduct concert photography, or to review the show, let me know as soon as possible so the proper arrangements can be made!

Brief Bio:

Based out of Westchester, NY, Go For Launch™ delivers a unique style of Rock, accented with a spectrum of other genres including Pop, Progressive Jazz, and Motown. Having worked together in prior projects, guitarists Nick Bilancia and Anthony Mauriello, bassist Derek Ortiz, and vocalist Scott Griffin, were no strangers to the stylistic limitations implied by a defining genre. In mid-2009, they set out to form a band that would no longer base their musical direction on a single set of influences. With the addition of Michael Argondizza on drums, Go For Launch’s lineup was solidified. In early 2010, the band recorded and released a self-titled EP. In 2011, they teamed up with renowned engineer/producer, John Naclerio (My Chemical Romance, Senses Fail, Brand New), and producer Tom Grin (Fear Nuttin Band, Jacobi Wichita) to record their first full length record, Frequency Change, released in March 2012. Known for high-energy live performances, Go For Launch has shared the stage with several national acts and continue to establish their mark having performed at many of the Northeast’s most renowned venues. At the core, these five musicians have a passion of writing music that challenges the ear and themselves. Go For Launch continues to professionally develop their signature sound, while remaining true to their foundation and groove.

*If you would like to interview Go For Launch or request a copy of the bands ‘Frequency Change’ for reviewing purposes, please let me know so I can make the proper arrangements!*

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