Romes Takes Aim At 90’s Grunge And Alt-Rock Nostalgia With “Choker”, Their Heaviest Track Yet

[Cover photo credit to Steph Verschuren]

Toronto-based Hard Rock band ROMES has unveiled the official music video for their latest single, “Choker.” The video was directed by indie Toronto-based filmmaker Cameron Noble. The track sets out to be an ode to the classic Grunge and Alt-Rock sounds of the 1990’s and is actually the band’s heaviest track released to date. It takes aim at nostalgia for the 90’s in both sound and tone.

The single follows the introspective track “We Need Some Help” and the band are currently on tour supporting Canadian and American Rock supergroup Saint Asonia

ROMES, made up of Toronto siblings Jacob and Nicolas Bitove, draw on influences from 90s Grunge and Hip-Hop to Industrial and Big Beat. Their music has been featured on EA Sports’ video games, via major network theme songs, and global corporate campaigns, including Instagram and Abercrombie & Fitch.

The duo have also played the main stage at Austin City Limits, in support of The Strokes.

Upcoming Canadian Tour Dates w/Saint Asonia

05.11 – Toronto, ON  – Lee’s Palace

05.12 – Ottawa, ON – Brass Monkey

05.13 – Montreal, QC – Le Studio TD

05.14 – Quebec City, QC – Imperial Bell

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