Joe P set the crowd ablaze in Nashville, Tennessee opening for Beabadoobee.
In the midst of their own first headlining tour across the East Coast, Midwest, and South, Joe P made a pitstop joining Beabadoobee in Nashville, Tennessee at Marathon Music Works. Lighting the crowd afire, Joe P ripped through an insane opening set, 7 songs was not enough Joe P for the night. Joe P sounds like, and bare with us for a second, listening to your friends jamming out in their garage during the minutes when the sun has set and the sky is a dusty blue and everything has a glow. Worn in, melodically crackly, cinematic drawl, echoing vocals, and straight garage rock guitar. Joe P's voice is shaped and reshaped throughout his discography, rough and deep, soft and high, grounded and stable, jittery and fragile all balanced by quintessential rock instrumentation.
The New Jersey based artist Joe P, like most people, found himself alone in the throws of the early pandemic. Stepping out on his own after the dissolution of the band he had fronted since 8th grade, Joe P began crafting and producing music in his home basement studio. Utilizing TikTok and social media to share their music, Joe P has amassed an audience of over 398k and has cultivated a loyal fanbase for the artist.
Songs such as "Off My Mind," and "Fighting in the Car" have received an outpouring of love, garnering more than 34 million streams for those two songs on Spotify alone.
Joe P's recent project, French Blonde, dropped in October of 2022 to much anticipation from fans. The 7-track EP features the magnetic and vibrant sound of Joe P, with bumping songs like "Happy People" and titular track "French Blonde." The instrumentation continues to be a highpoint within Joe P's discography, robust straight up rocking, we can't wait for the next Joe P project.
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