About the song:
“Sugar and Spice” is the first single off Jocelyn & Chris’s upcoming 8th studio album “Favorite Ghosts.” The song is produced by longtime collaborator David Bourgeois and 7-time Grammy winner Joel Moss.
About the artist:
Think rock is dead? Meet Jocelyn & Chris. Two analog souls hell-bent on inciting a new rock revival.
Jocelyn & Chris and their band have charted three consecutive commercial radio singles in the Billboard AAA Top 40, taken two records to #1 on the Relix Jambands Top 30 Album Chart, and appeared nationally on NBC’s Today Show. The siblings, both recent graduates of Harvard University, have balanced college with performances coast to coast and recording seven records featuring special guests including Cory Wong (Vulfpeck), G. Love, Byron Isaacs (Lumineers), and Gov’t Mule’s Danny Louis. Additional media coverage includes Baeble, Huffington Post, NowThis, Paste Magazine, American Songwriter, Daily Mail, The Daily Beast, Cheddar TV, People, Jam in the Van, Hollywood Reporter, and numerous others.
On 6/17, Jocelyn & Chris’s new single “Sugar and Spice” premiered with American Songwriter, who called the track “pure American rock goodness.” See the premiere here; read the premiere PR here.
The video for the single was added to MTV‘s Spankin’ New, and the single is gaining early commercial airplay with a weeks-early add on alternative tastemaker WEQX (Manchester, VT) and AAA support from stations including KCLC (St. Louis, MO), KCSN (Los Angeles, CA), KMTN (Jackson, WY), KRVM (Eugene, OR), KPND (Spokane, WA), KROK (Lafayette, LA), KTAO (Taos, NM), KVNA (Flagstaff, AZ), KVYN (Napa Valley, CA), WAPS (Akron, OH), WBJB (Lincroft, NJ), WCBE (Columbus, OH), WCLX (Burlington, VT), WCLY (Raleigh, NC), WCNR (Charlottesville, VA), WCOO (Charleston, SC), WDST (Woodstock, NY), WERS (Boston, MA), WEXT (Albany, NY), WKIT (Bangor, ME), WLKR (Sandusky, OH), WMOT (Nashville, TN), WMWV (Conway, NH), WNCS (Burlington, VT), WOCM (Ocean City, MD), WPYA (Birmingam, AL), WSGE (Charlotte, NC), WUKY (Lexington, KY), WWCT (Peoria, IL), WXRV (Boston, MA), WYCE (Grand Rapids, MI), WZEW (Mobile, AL), and WZLO (Bangor, ME).