4:44 releases synth-heavy single “Freedom” following hype from Jay-Z EP

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4:44 | photo by Brittany Cook | instagram.com/brittcphoto | via facebook.com/fourfortyfour

You might remember Jersey prog / jam band 4:44 from their summer stunt when they released an EP called Jay-Z after Jay-Z released his album called 4:44. The news blew up on Reddit for a few months, and 4:44 follows it up this month with a new single, “Freedom.”

The new song vibes with all sorts of synth and bass-heavy grooves, while the lyrics are heavily influenced by all things free, just as the title suggests. Singer Anthony Friedlander channels a U2-esque sound when he really gets into the vocals, and it totally works. This is a fun, not-too-heavy, not-too-light song from a band who knows exactly how to grab a listener’s attention.

You can stream “Freedom” below, and catch them at Ortlieb’s on November 16th; details can be found at the XPN Concert Calendar.

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