Fervor’s snarky indie Pop Punk powerhouse Reckless Serenade is gaining traction with their newest Fervor video single DNA. The video, directed by Matty Steinkamp of Sundawg Media, pays a hilarious homage to the cult classic Office Space. DNA is now airing across Roxwel’s streaming platforms (web, Roku, Hulu, AppleTV), has been picked up by SamsungTV and launches today on Fervor Records’ YouTube channel. Watch it here!Read More
The international streaming channel, 360 Tune Box, has added yet another Fervor Records artist video. New York Power Pop Punk band, Reckless Serenade, is now in heavy rotation on the popular emerging platform with their debut label video, Two Years Too Late. 360 Tune Box is available on your favorite streaming device 24/7 with premium non-stop music videos. Reckless Serenade’s Fervor EP is available on iTunes.Read More
Thanks for all your votes! Reckless Serenade flew by the competition to snag top honors on mtvU’s music video platform for emerging artists, The Freshman. The band’s quirky video and Power Punk anthem Two Years Too Late goes into full rotation this week!
Reckless Serenade is the third Fervor Records artist to appear on the show and the second to capture the win. Fayuca’s Por Que Seguir landed on top of the heap last August and Super Stereo enjoyed success on the show as well. Congrats to Reckless Serenade and Director Matty Steinkamp.Read More
In the true spirit of Punk, Reckless Serenade chose to go it alone, opting to self-produce their debut effort. The band caught the attention of indie label Fervor Records who quickly inked the act. The New York quintet pull together an edgy Garage sound driven by iconic Punk Rock guitar hooks and appropriately snarky lyrics. The group successfully connects with a broad audience wading through the chaos of life with irreverent fun. Reckless Serenades’ video single, Two Years Too Late, showcases their fun loving attitude. The video currently airs on mtvU’s flagship show, The Freshman. Experience Reckless Serenade in their video debut, Two Years Too Late.Read More