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Two-Man Band It’s Just Kid Stuff is Creating a Whirlwind Soundscape of Blended Modern Flavors


Its Just Kid Stuff

Upcoming two-man band, It’s Just Kid Stuff is delivering a mixed bag of musical and creative flavors through an intense assortment of thematic and lyrical structures.

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(YorkPedia Editorial):- Jersey City, Oct 22, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – The undulations of various genres are being put together into a melodic conundrum of lyrical outspokenness by upcoming duo It’s Just Kid Stuff. They are promoting a soundscape that extracts creative characteristics from rock, pop, punk, emo, and electronica thus enabling a hybrid musical progression. Their song, ‘I Cannot Live‘ from their latest EP, The Saddening creates a mesmerizing wave of creative virtues. Their vocal and lyrical flavors are unhindered and straightforward thus taking the audience on a journey of relatable thematic understanding. The duo is the collaboration between childhood friends Scott and Justin, two prolific souls merging their creative eccentricities to pave the way for a bigger yield of new-age music.

The duo’s other two songs from the same EP, ‘So Damn Hard‘ and ‘Sailor‘ also comprise of their artistic vision that draws inspiration from artists like Blink 182 (with Tom Delonge), Brand New, Genesis, Twenty One Pilots, Lil Peep, and many more. The songs present a unique take on the merging creative scope of music that leads to s global, cultural union. The band came into existence only a year ago but is rapidly gaining momentum with their unmatched flairs and understanding of music.

The band It’s Just Kid Stuff is currently based out of Dallas, Texas, and is associated with the label Four Horsemen Studios. Their newly released EP also comprises of the song, ‘Down That Road‘ thus completing their creative arc and thematic chronology of the record.

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