Jocelyn & Chris Arndt Premiere New Album “Edges”

Sibling duo Jocelyn & Chris Arndt are streaming their brand new album Edges on Glide Magazine! Fans can listen to the new album, which will be released on Friday, March 4th, here:

Edges features 12 original tracks by Jocelyn and Chris, and also features their band and special guests including Gov’t Mule’s Danny Louis, back-road blues artist G Love on harmonica, and Jazz vibraphonist Tony Miceli. The first single, “Shame,” is available for streaming on Paste Magazine, and second single, “Too Much To Me,” is streaming on Relix. The duo’s third single “Hot” can be streamed on The 405. Fans can also watch Jocelyn & Chris’ new live video for “Where’s The Rain” (filmed The Move Music Festival) on Baeble Music.

About Edges, Jocelyn and Chris Arndt shared: Simply put, Edges is an album of straight-up, thump-in-your-chest, real-deal, authentic rock. After our EP “Strangers In Fairyland” gained some traction last year, we wanted to make a cohesive full-length album – a holistic musical listening experience that would leave listeners hooked from top to bottom. We wanted it to feel like we just walked into a room with our band and played.  That’s a lot of the reason Edges turned out the way it did.  Special guests like G Love and Gov’t Mules Danny Louis only added to the organic rock-jam vibe. 

This music is who we are. It’s every edge of us, every facet. And we’ve truly never been so excited to share something with all of you out there in the world.

Edges is the full-length follow-up to last fall’s seven-song EP Strangers In FairylandFor more information, please

Upcoming Tour Dates:

3/11 – Kent, OH @ Stone Tavern

3/12 – Chattanooga, TN @ Clyde’s On Main

3/13 – Nashville, TN @ Acme

3/15 – Dallas, TX @ Sundown at Granada

3/16 – Austin, TX @ San Jac Saloon (RedGorilla Showcase)

3/17 – Austin, TX @ The Handlebar (Big Picture Media SXSW Showcase)

3/18 – Austin, TX @ The Blind Pig (RedGorilla Showcase)

3/19 – Moody, AL @ Moody Blue Bar

5/15 – Saratoga Springs, NY @ Saratoga Performing Arts Center