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Published on April 29th, 2020 | by Guest Contributor


Off Road Minivan Set to Release Debut Full-Length Album Swan Dive

Rock quintet Off Road Minivan is gearing up for the release of their debut full-length album, Swan Dive. Set to be released on May 15th via Tooth & Nail Records, fans can get their first taste of Swan Dive with “Vampire” and “Supernova,” streaming on Spotify. For more information or to pre-order the album, please visit: https://offroad.ffm.to/swandive.opr.

For us, this album touches on the sounds that made us want to play in the first place – an alternative rock landscape from early 00’s emo to grunge influence,” the band shares. “We aren’t here to teach any defining life lesson, just trying to sing about the ones we’ve experienced.

About Off Road Minivan:

Alternative rock band Off Road Minivan —made up of Melvin Brinson, Dave Trimboli, Miles Sweeny, Evan Garcia-Renart, and Ryan Tuck O’leary (of Fit For A King) — is the direct result of decade-long friendships and a collective passion for 90’s grunge. The project began in 2018 and released their debut EP, Spiral Gaze, on Tooth & Nail Records later that year. Their ability to harness nostalgia in both lyric and tone revealed a band that both appreciated and embodied the emo genre. Their newest album amplifies that appreciation all the more.

Swan Dive tells stories centered around characters they knew in their Hudson Valley hometown. The record immortalizes the memories often felt but rarely discussed, from the pain of missed opportunity to the grief of suicide. It includes the band’s hardest and softest instrumentation yet, proving they’re as dynamic in skill as they are in sentiment.

Off Road Minivan will release their debut full-length album, Swan Dive, on Friday, May 15th via Tooth & Nail Records.

For More Information:

Website: www.offroadminivan.merchnow.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/OffRoadMinivan

Twitter: www.twitter.com/offroadminivan

Instagram: www.instagram.com/offroadminivan

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