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Oxymorrons Unveil Ambient “Hello Me” Single

Oxymorrons are off to a banner year already, as you may have seen the gang’s smash “Want It All” in a perfectly paired Converse online advertisement. Continuing their momentum the band just dropped an ear-catching new sonic creation. Equipped with an insatiable thirst to explore uncharted sonic terrain, the ever-inventive group has unveiled a fresh perspective with their latest track. Branching out from their usual raw theatricality, Oxymorrons slow things down to beautifully personify the experience of loss in their urban/shoegaze-y new single,  “Hello Me.” Check out the brand new music video here:

The band will be hitting the road with Waka Flocka Flame this spring. Check out the tour dates & festival appearances below:

Oxymorrons Tour:
Mar 19 – World Café Live – Philadelphia, PA (3rd Planet Festival)
Apr 06 – Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel – Providence, RI (w/Waka Flocka Flame)
Apr 07 – Paradise Rock Club – Boston, MA (w/Waka Flocka Flame)
Apr 09 – State Theater – Portland, ME (w/Waka Flocka Flame)
Apr 20 – Webster Hall – New York, NY (w/Waka Flocka Flame)
Jun 4-5 – Free Press Summer Festival – Houston, TX

About Oxymorrons:
The Queens-based band have curated an ear-catching signature sound, ​experimenting​ with a myriad of​ ​genres and​ siphoning ​from different influences.​ ​But it’s​ ​Oxymorrons captivating live show, full of non-stop energy that can be felt all the way to the back of the venue, which has music lovers entranced​ (live video)​. They’ve shared the stage with chart-topping acts like Outkast, Gym Class Heroes, Ludacris, and Common just to name a few.​ They are preparing for the release of their debut EP with Tommy Boy Entertainment, Complex But Basic (2016).

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