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Inbox Jukebox Presents: Paper Lions’ New Song “Rhythm & Gold”

Photo credit: Jared Doyle

It’s time to walk away from your worries with a smile on your face and today’s Inbox Jukebox Presents will get you ready to go. Paper Lions’ new track “Rhythm & Gold” is a bouncy alt-rock ball of happiness, singing a sweet tale about falling head over heels.

“‘Rhythm & Gold’ tries to capture the excitement and fun of falling for the first time. Falling in love with music, falling in love with someone special and discovering your own freedom for the first time,” the band says. The song will instantly cheer you up as you reminisce about that moment you first felt your heart race. The skippy beat is infectious and so is the feeling of delight it brings.

“The early excitement of starting a band can feel a lot like the thrill of an early romance and it seemed like a natural way to tap into the origin story of Paper Lions.”

What gives “Rhythm & Gold” its pure sense of joy is the inspiration behind it. Through the song Paper Lions are celebrating their early days, thinking back to when they first started eleven years ago. They’ve captured that fresh feeling of newfound love in every note. “The early excitement of starting a band can feel a lot like the thrill of an early romance and it seemed like a natural way to tap into the origin story of Paper Lions.”

“Rhythm & Gold” takes you by the hand and gets you dancing to its bright guitars and brighter lyrics. Hit play on Paper Lions’ new track and rock all the way into the weekend, singing: “We got rhythm, we got gold / This is where I wanna stay, where we started loving rock and roll…”

Fun Fact:

“Our guitarist and producer, Colin Buchanan, was a child actor in The Adventures of the AfterMath Crew.” – Paper Lions

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