We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Just 6 Hours’ new song “Ashes” (listen below). The track is taken from the band’s forthcoming EP Sober, which is scheduled to be released this Spring.
Just 6 Hours vocalist / rhythm guitarist Seth Bartnett briefly commented on the song’s meaning: “This song is about my good friend that passed away.”
About the band:
Just 6 Hours is an alternative rock band from Asbury Park, NJ consisting of members Seth Barnett (vocals/guitar), Nick Marrotta (lead guitar), Gordon Sine (bass), and Anthony Giordano (drums). Since that first show at The Saint, Just 6 Hours has performed at major venues across NJ including Boontunes, House of Independents and The Stone Pony. They have also been performing regularly at the Brighton Bar in Long Branch supporting legendary national acts such as Manitoba NYC (The Dictators), The Toasters and Statues of Liberty. With influences that range from Nirvana, Green Day and Pierce The Veil to Black Sabbath and Metallica, the J6H sound includes lyrics that are thoughtful and emotional along with a combination of powerful rhythms supporting aggressive guitar driven melodies.
On MOTO Records, J6H recorded and released their first EP H.O.P.E. in early 2017 which is available on all the major music streaming services. In December 2017, the group returned to Lakehouse Recording Studios to record their new EP Sober with engineer Evan Rudenjak.
Top photo by James Waltsak