Brooklyn, NY’s Typhoid Rosie Release Announce New Shows; New LP ‘This Is Now’ Available Now

Brooklyn’s Typhoid Rosie have announced a few new shows in support of their brand new record ‘This Is Now.’

APR 29– Cobra Club- Brooklyn, NY

MAY 08– Arlene’s Grocery- New York, NY

JUN 14– Crossroads- Garwood, NJ

Stream the entire album here:

Also streaming on Spotify:

What others are saying about Typhoid Rosie:

“…Takes Listeners on a Rock ‘n’ Roll Odyssey…”- PopMatters

“…a highly addictive, feel-good album that smacks you with a lovely dose of 90’s punk nostalgia.”-

“…a high octane energetic track that runs through chord progressions with a crushing drum beat. The upbeat track is full of memorable hooks, verses with the infectious delivery from Rosie Rebel.”- New Noise Magazine

“…catchy as hell…”- Dyingscene

“Guess what you’ll catch from Typhoid Rosie? An infectiously good time, that’s what!”- AXS

“… a glorious slice of high tempo indie punk…casts a spell that gives the album an irresistible quality that is indefinable…”- The Punk Site

“Separately, punk and pop are on opposite ends of the spectrum. When Typhoid Rosie mashes them together, it works.”- IndieBandGuru

“‘This Is Now’ is a record packed with Rock N Roll, Punk and Indie all rammed into one album and it’s done incredibly well….empowering from the start, Rosie Rebel is a fantastic vocalist that can’t be denied….Needs to be put repeat for a long time to come.”- Thinking Lyrically

“…delivers a high voltage jolt of delightfully fun punk/indie grit with catchy pop hooks….”- EatSleepBreatheMusic

About Typhoid Rosie:

Brooklyn-based Typhoid Rosie delivers punk/indie grit with pop hooks. They’ve been featured on HuffPost, Paste Magazine, AXS, Buzzfeed, Baeble Music, Punknews, Bad Copy, The Punk Site, The Big Takeover and more. The band has recently charted on indie stations in the UK and Australia, while also getting play at radio in the US and throughout Europe.

The band’s upcoming third LP, This Is Now,’ is the follow-up to 2013’s ‘The Music Album’ and 2015’s ‘Hearts Bleed Goodbye.’

Typhoid Rosie

Rosie Rebel: Vox

Matt Kursmark: Guitar

Steve Capecci: Bass

Phil Wartell: Drums

Christian DeMarco: Guitar

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