Some of the magic lies within the dirty recording of the songs... as if recorded on cassette shoved in a boom box.

By Staff

(RADIO.COM) – Billie Joe Armstrong’s family proves the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Armstrong’s oldest son Joey has been touring his band SWMRS for a few years now and his youngest son, Jakob, has until now has only participated in performances with his family. Performing as Jakob Danger, the 18 year-old Armstrong has quietly released three new tracks.

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Titled “Start,” the first of the three tracks is a slow, raw rock track with droning vocals. The introspective “H3LP” feels as though it could have been recorded in the early 90s, while “BLEU” offers a chorus worthy of a sing-along. Some of the magic lies within the dirty recording of the songs… as if recorded on a cassette shoved in a boom box.

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Jakob Danger and his band toured the Pacific Northwest last summer. Here’s to hoping he’ll head out on a wider tour soon.

Take a listen to his newly released tracks below:

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