Today we’re excited to announce that one of the best bands in New York City now calls Grand Jury home.
Meet Native Sun. They play loud.
Their music seems both unstuck in time – referencing multiple waves of NY punk, classic rock n roll, and low-slung doom – while also feeling decidedly of the moment. Filtering the sound of white Americana through their personal experiences as Colombian and Mexican immigrants leads to a brand of guitar music that feels decidedly alive, decidedly awake, littered with explosive outcries against generational racism, institutional rot, and so much more.
After releasing their first two EPs — Songs Born from Love and Hate and Always Different, Always the Same — the band is back with a series of singles that started with “Oedipus Race” and now moves on to “Juarez,” our first release with the band, out today!
Both song have been compiled on a new 7″. You can get one of the 50 copies left over in our shop. It’s pressed on clear vinyl, and ships immediately. Next up, the band celebrates the release tomorrow night at NYC’s The Dance (tix here), before heading out on the road with White Reaper & The Muckers before hitting this year’s SXSW!