ROBERT JON & THE WRECK release new single from forthcoming EP, announce UK tour

SOUTHERN ROOTS ROCKERS ROBERT JON & THE WRECK RELEASE CAPTIVATING ROCK BALLAD, “WHO CAN YOU LOVE”

Produced by the legendary, multi-GRAMMY Award winner Don Was, the song will be featured on the band’s new EP ‘One Of A Kind,’ released 10 March 2023 via Journeyman Records

Southern roots rockers Robert Jon & The Wreck have released  “Who Can You Love,”  the captivating, Americana-infused second single from their new EP  One Of A Kind,  out March 10th via Joe Bonamassa’s  newest independent label, Journeyman Records. Produced by the renowned, multi-GRAMMY Award winning producer Don Was (Bonnie Raitt, The Stones, John Mayer),  “Who Can You Love” was recorded at Hensen Studios in Los Angeles (the same studio that gave us legendary albums including Tapestry by Carole King and “Blue” by Joni Mitchell, and many others). 

With its infectious melodies, catchy riffs, and Americana sound, “Who Can You Love” showcases another side of the band following the release of the EP’s explosive lead single “Pain No More,” an outstanding riff-driven roots rock track produced by the eight-time Grammy Award winner Dave Cobb (Europe, Blackberry Smoke, Rival Sons). In contrast, “Who Can You Love” is a reflective, inward-looking track about questioning what you are looking for in a partner. From the uplifting lyrics and velvety vocals of Robert Jon to Henry James’ soul-stirring fretwork, “Who Can You Love” has all the makings of a timeless Southern Rock ballad. The Wreck’s latest track will be right at home alongside cherished classics like The Allman Brothers’ “Melissa” and Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Simple Man,” as well as modern gems like Chris Stapleton’s rendition of “Tennessee Whiskey” and John Mayer’s “Last Train Home (Ballad Version).”

Download the single (or watch the video!)  https://ktbarecords.com/streaming/robertjon/whocanyoulove/

“Who Can You Love” is the latest in a series of singles that Robert Jon & The Wreck will roll out over the next year, beyond the release of the One Of A Kind EP. Prolific songwriters with a wealth of new material who refuse to be constrained by traditional release strategies, the band’s new partnership with Journeyman Records affords them the opportunity to work with the world’s top producers and release a steady stream of high quality singles on an ongoing basis, cutting through the industry chaos and ensuring new music is accessible to fans as intended.

Reigning from Southern California, Robert Jon & The Wreck take the Southern rock sound from the east coast and make it their own. Since their inception in 2011, these four native Californians; Robert Jon Burrison (lead vocals, guitar), Andrew Espantman (drums, background vocals), Henry James Schneekluth (lead guitar, background vocals), and Warren Murrel (bass) have been electrifying audiences all over the world with their soaring guitar leads, rich vocal harmonies, and memorable tunes. Simply put, it is difficult to ignore when these talented musicians take the stage.

2020’s Last Light On The Highway garnered worldwide acclaim for the band and 2021’s  Shine A Light On Me Brother continued their upward trajectory, leading to a collaboration with Journeyman Records. They released two singles in early 2022  “Waiting For Your Man” and “She’s A Fighter.”  On September 30th, The Wreck released their latest album Wreckage Vol. 2.  which has paved the way for even more new and exciting music from the band.

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