Nashville Pop Rock Artist Best Intentions Share Hot New Single “At The Ocean”

This Nashville based group first began their journey in Philadelphia PA back in 2016. A year later founder and brainchild for the group Matthew Kleinman relaunched the group with an entirely new line up and their new release “Twisted.” Now based in Nashville the group has been able to express themselves more freely and find their own special niche in the pop, punk, rock, categories. They have an infusion of eclectic styles that blend well into their own unique brand.

Today we present you with their latest single, “At The Ocean” and the band are currently in the studio working on their debut album set to be released in the summer of this year, 2019. Tony, Matthew, Evan, and Jim are pulling out all the stops and not holding back and producing a winning album.

Their sound is addictive and the feel of what has been called punk pop these guys are making waves in the pop industry this year. They are fresh and wistful bringing the younger crowds to their feet and the not so young pop lovers to platforms.

The band is made up of four of the most talented young artists in the pop industry today. Their music is not strained and it has the high energy that most fans of their genre are looking for. It moves easily in to the other categories of pop punk, rock and a flash of some hard rock.

Members Tony Pietrafesa, vocals and guitarist Matthew Kleinman, join bassist Evan Aliquo and drummer Jim Collett to form a super group and a dynamic quartet of talent.

In a location known primarily for it’s major country influence this group offers something that shows the versatility in the majestic music city pool of outstanding talent and performances. Nashville is not just the country music capital it is home to some of the best talent in the US and growing every day.

Check out their newest video for the single “At The Ocean” and make it your summer acclamation.

With crisp guitars rifts and symphonic lead vocals you’ll find a hugely memorable chorus, one you’ll be singing all day.

The video presents the beauty and wonder of the ocean and the beach while giving us the visual to accompany the awesome sounds of Best of Intentions.

I really enjoyed the fact that the music is pure and not mastered with a lot of auto-tune and studio digital machines. These guys love what they do and they share it with…of course….their “best intentions.”

I’m looking forward to hearing the complete album and can’t wait to share it with my readers. Best Intentions know what they want to present in a musical collection. They are sure of themselves in their chosen profession and are not just performers, they are entertainers. They may be young but they are natural born talents and that makes a huge difference in the quality of the music and the caliber of the group.

Crowds will come back for more when they meet Best Intentions and as they continue to perfect their music and their style they will most assuredly amass an even greater fan base. As the group continues to grow they are developing more of their own style and unique sound while solidifying their place in the pop-punk, pop-rock genre.

The group is recognized as placing in the style or genre of Pop-Punk, Rock, and Hard Rock.
Fans have likened them to similar artists like Neck Deep, Simple Plan, New Found Glory, Blink-182, and State Champs.

This single was produced, mixed, and mastered by Matthew Kleinman and Tony Pietrafesa, the Race Street Music Group.

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Sherryl is a Senior Writer and Assistant Editor with Nashville Music Guide and her blog, Lyrics N Legends has been featured since 2012. Her articles has graced the cover and have appeared as feature stories in the NMG print edition. She is also a member of WMMW, Women of Music Music of Women, a non-profit organization in support of women in the music industry. WMMW also appears here in Nashville Music Guide.

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