YØUTH Releases Debut Full-Length Album, Blame
October 27, 2017 (Nashville, TN) – Nashville indie rock artist YØUTH has released Blame, the debut LP from multi-instrumentalist Julian Denté. Blame is out today and available at all digital outlets.
In speaking with Julian about the making of Blame, there’s no doubt that this album has taken its toll on the young songwriter. Years removed from completing this record, the album had been shelved due to management changes, hacked social media accounts, and multiple rescheduled release dates. Because of those challenges, Julian says he feels disconnected from these songs; some of which he wrote when he was 19 years old. But there is gratification in forging ahead and self-releasing an album that he’s poured so much time and effort into.
Having spent his entire life surrounded by music, it seems natural that Julian played nearly every instrument on Blame, an album that has been years in the making. Blame recalls melodramatic chord progressions that defined the peak of the punk-pop era, and swims in vocal and instrumental harmonies sure to grab the attention of now-mature Brand New fans.
YØUTH resurrects a brand of alt/rock that will immediately resonate with fans of Into It. Over It., American Football, and Dashboard Confessional. The latter of which he opened for in Nashville this past February during Dashboard Confessional’s five night residency in East Nashville. While he’s played with numerous pop-punk bands and toured the country with up and coming artists including Liza Anne, Animal Flag, and Body Origami, YØUTH is entirely his own creative outlet.