As Disquiet celebrates the release of their first album, April Distance, they continue to embrace the fertility that lies within change. The three-piece is comprised of New York guitarist Callen Foti, bassist and front man Jonas Boinay of Western Massachusetts and Steven Juliano, percussionist. Disquiet boasts nothing tepid, as one is transported by the angst in Boinay’s powerhouse vocals, the amble in Foti's elusive riffs, and the ardor in Steven Juliano's steadfast backbeat
"Vocally-centric music ranging from melodic to menacing. Clean, high-energy vocal harmonies paired with an alternative-rock edge form the majority of songs on this concept album based in a night of fitful sleep. Processed, aggressive electric instrumentation give way to a pop style. Themes of loss and isolation are met with self-reflection and redemption."
If your tired of the repetitive music thats bombarding the music scene today, Disquiet is a refreshing break. From start to end, this album features highly original tunes and is one I cant stop listening to. If you appreciate music in any sense- you must have this album!"