QUEENS CLUB’S NEW FRIENDLY EP AVAILABLE ONLINE
“Like” The Band On Facebook And Receive A Free Download of The EP

Tooth & Nail Records and Queens Club present the FRIENDLY EP available free for download.

Fans will have to “Like” Queens Club on Facebook in order to download the EP, which features three new songs, “Legendary,” “Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants” and “Darkkstar,” as well as acoustic versions of two songs featured on the band’s debut full-length album YOUNG GIANT.

YOUNG GIANT is available in stores and online now and can be downloaded on iTunes and Amazon MP3.

Queens Club are unashamedly accessible, with a dash of attitude – well, maybe more than just a dash. Blending that attitude together interesting melodies, raw energy and Euro-pop sensibilities, the FRIENDLY EP follows in the dancing-shoe clad footsteps previously laid out with their previous releases YOUNG GIANT (2010) and the NIGHTMARER EP (2009).

Queens Club is Jake Ryan (Drums, Programming), Daniel Eaton (Vocals, Guitars), Andrew Nichols (Guitars, Programming, Vocals) and Tyler Bottles (Bass).
For more information, please visit:
myspace.com/queensclub

twitter.com/qns_clb

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