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Birds In The Boneyard Releases Much Anticipated Follow-Up Single With A Lighthearted Approach To Infidelity

Birds In The Boneyard Releases Much Anticipated Follow-Up Single With A Lighthearted Approach To Infidelity

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) It's rare to see an artist's debut single get the attention of hundreds of thousands of people, but that's just what Queens, NY Birds in the Boneyard, accomplished earlier this summer when they released "I Still Believe." After performing sold-out shows in and around New York, the band returned to the studio to record this follow-up with Platinum Producer Jim Wirt. Wirt and programmer, Javier MK Davis have been helping push the envelope with the music the band has written.

Releasing today, "Monster" is nothing short of a powerful rock anthem depicting the story of infidelity with pounding guitars that bring the listener in, to sympathize with the vocalist, regardless of what he may or may not have done. Nothing more needs to be said when Mikey sings, "You got me feeling like a monster!" so nothing more is said… you just want to forgive him and dance.

About Birds in the Boneyard
It is often said bandmates become like family, but for Queens based pop-rock group, Birds In The Boneyard, they take that to a new level.

In 2014, brothers Mikey and Petey Condoleon decided to fuse their musical talents with Petey on keys and Mikey on the guitar, and began to develop their love for songwriting and performing. Following meeting drummer, Teo Vanovski, the three had an undeniable musical chemistry, and Birds In The Boneyard (stylized BITBY) was born.

The three rapidly became one of the heavy-hitter bands on the New York music scene, being the go-to act to see on a Friday night. While on tour at Stella's Music Club in Cleveland, Ohio, the trio caught the ear of club owner, Michael Zweig, who introduced the band to Platinum producer, Jim Wirt (Incubus, Fiona Apple, Trapped, The Rocket Summer, Bad Luck.).

After months of writing and recording, BITBY released their debut single, "I Still Believe" on May 24th via Stella's Records, which quickly reached over 100,000 streams on Spotify. On August 30th, BITBY followed up with, "Monster."

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