Car Party Premieres New Song Dollar Sign on Property of Zack with Bassist Chris Martin… Fresh off their winter tour with Dear Christie, the pop-tinged alternative rock quartet, Car Party is already gearing up to hit the road this spring with The Greater The Risk. The Baltimore-based band has had a busy year, following the success of their Ace Enders produced EP, High & Low Places. The music video for their heart-pumping single, “Please Me,” will be on Fuse TV‘s On Demand channel throughout the month of March. Car Party has just released their new single, “Dollar Sign,” (affectionately referred to as “$”) on Property of Zack. Check it out here: http://bit.ly/HfQRdO.
Although they did not come under their current lineup until early 2011, Car Party began their journey in late 2009 through a Craigslist ad posted by drummer, Taylor Hughes. Joining Taylor is vocalist Michael Natzke, guitarist Jim Luparello and bassist Chris Martin. Because of their pop-rock sound and tightly woven rhythm section, Car Party has been compared to the likes of Mae, Hit The Lights and The Early November.
In 2010 Car Party released their debut EP, “Excuses” and quickly began work on their sophomore EP, “High & Low Places,”released independently in August 2011. For the follow-up effort, Car Party teamed up with producer and friend, Ace Enders, of The Early November and I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody’s Business – Ace is also featured on the single, “Please Me”. As credit to the band’s hard work, “High & Low Places” received a warm reception among fans and critics alike, landing them in Alternative Press, Substream Music Press, Fearless Radio, and on Fuse TV.