• The New Limits - "Everyday Will Be Like a Holiday" (William Bell cover) - MUSIC VIDEO

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    http://www.thenewlimits.net... In celebration of the holiday season, Boston-based ska, rocksteady and soul band The New Limits have released a cover of William Bell’s classic soul track “Everyday Will Be Like A Holiday.” Recorded over the course of a single evening at Mad Oak Studios in Allston, MA by master engineer and Boston musician Jesse Vengrove, the band utilized their updated core 4-piece rock band lineup to make a streamlined, groove-heavy track with a triumphant ending worthy of the celebration of the holiday season.

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    Video produced by Kevin Davila
    Audio engineered, Mixed, and Mastered by Jesse Vengrove at Mad Oak Studios in Allston, MA
    Assistant Engineer, Matt Cohen
    Originally performed by William Bell, written by William Bell and Booker T. Jones, ska/rocksteady cover arranged by The New Limits

    Tom Vezeau - Drums
    Jacob Wake Up! - Guitars
    Alex Chiasson Bass
    Matty C - Vocals, Trumpet, Piano

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    "The New Limits" follows the 2015 release of the band’s debut EP Pressure Up, which served as an introduction to the Boston band’s distinct blend of danceable music. This new record expands on that template, and presents a more diverse range of sounds than would have been possible from a four-song EP.

    Recorded at The Record Co in Boston, therecordco.org
    Engineered by Calum Brockie, calumbrockie.net
    Produced by The New Limits and Calum Brockie
    Mixed by Dave Lowenthal in Brooklyn NY
    Mastered by Richard Marr at Galaxy Park in Salem, MA
    The New Limits logo by James Volpe Design


    Formed near the end of 2012, The New Limits began as a collection of veteran ska musicians playing the styles of music they grew up with inside of an Allston garage. In trying to emulate the classic ska, rocksteady, and reggae sounds of the past, the band found inspiration in both local and far-reaching bands like Westbound Train, Deal’s Gone Bad, The Slackers, The Pietasters, and The Planet Smashers. The six-piece band is anchored by the rhythm section of Jake Wilkenfeld-Mongillo (formerly of New York’s The Hard Times and Hey Stranger) on guitar and background vocals, Thomas Vezeau on drums, and Alex Chiasson on bass guitar. Matty C, known for his performances with Mass. Hysteria, The Allstonians, and Big D and The Kids Table, brings his unique tenor voice to the mix, along with trumpet duties. Along with Matty, Bradford Hewitt and Miles Blackwood round out the band’s horn section on trombone and alto saxophone, respectively.

    "The New Limits" was recorded by Calum Brockie at Studio A in The Record Company, a non-profit recording studio in South Boston. The recordings were then passed to Brooklyn’s Dave Lowenthal for mixing duties, and then to Richard Marr at Galaxy Park Studios in Watertown for mastering. The band crafted the album’s 11 songs while playing at venues throughout New England, including The Middle East in Cambridge, MA, a Boston Harbor cruise supporting The Slackers, and a summer residency at Bernie’s Beach Bar in Hampton, New Hampshire. With the album’s release, the band hopes to continue to play the music they love to an even wider audience.
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