PATCH – “Goodbye, Gone” and “Misery is the River of the World”

Combining industrial dance grooves a la Nine Inch Nails, the bombastic garage guitar rock of Queens of the Stone Age and Metz, and the concept album method of storytelling used by the likes of Pink Floyd and the Mars Volta, Patch creates an original energetic and cathartic sound they have opted to call Deathpop.


Peter Kenyon: Writer/composer, Vocals

Jeannie D.: Guitars

Max Lewis: Bass

Gus Watkins: Drums

Patch is on radio rotation with the songs, “Goodbye, Gone” and “Misery is the River of the World”.



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