JAMSHERE PREMIERES VIDEO FOR RATINOFF’S NEW SONG “ANOTHER DAY”!

JAMSHERE PREMIERES VIDEO FOR RATINOFF’S NEW SONG “ANOTHER DAY” DEBUT ALBUM “LET IT OUT” TO BE RELEASED ON SEPTEMBER 17

Creativity burns like a flame. Fueled by inspiration it only grows bigger, bolder, and brighter. Inspired to blaze his own trail, Ratinoff ignites a sound independent of border and genre lines. Fusing highly personal subject matter with alt-rock sounds and energy, his new song “Another Day” and upcoming debut album teem with an incendiary, infectious, and inimitable spirit. Stream “Another Day” here https://orcd.co/b20jrbj

When asked about the song and video Ratinoff shared, “The song reflects those moments when you forget what day it is because you are in a place where every day feels the same way.” About the video he explains, “The making of the video was a really bizarre one…It was like feeling numb from everything and just letting the lyrics of the song direct the mood. Just being still and reliving the whole experience of how the pandemic was making me feel.”

Once a budding Latin pop star with acting credits to his name, Joaquin Torres made waves with a pair of explosive singles that amassed over half a million YouTube views. The stage was set for a big change though. In 2019, activating a 360-degree reinvention, Joaquin legally changed his name to Jay Ratinoff, adopting his mother’s surname. Ratinoff also changed his musical perspective and found himself reaching back to a time before he was born to draw on influences ranging from Joy Division to New Order, Billy Idol, and The Cure.

His debut album Let It Out will be released on September 17.

OFFICIAL LINKS:
https://www.ratinoffmusic.com/
https://www.instagram.com/ratinoffmusic
https://www.facebook.com/RatinoffMusic/
https://open.spotify.com/artist/4xR2LXlsMuNxZg0xJfEE5l?si=ewDhxBW9QkiCw7NhKhwNsA&nd=1

Rick Jamm

Journalist, publicist and indie music producer with a fervent passion for electric guitars and mixing desks !

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