Jocelyn and Chris New Album GO

Coachella’s over, but summer’s just starting. Time to pad that playlist with some new tracks to blast with the windows down, volume up!


Enter Jocelyn and Chris Arndt’s sophomore album GO. The sibling rockers / ski afficinados have served up another set of powerhouse arrangements with the intensity and retro-rock eclecticism we’ve come to expect since we saw them kill it at SXSW, the Viper Room, and the Hotel Café last year. This year, all signs point to GO.


In its first week, the album’s lead-off single “Footprints on the Moon” shot to #5 on Billboards Most Added Single to Triple A radio. In week six, it ascended to #69 on the FMQB Triple A Top 200. To celebrate (really so many reasons to) Jocelyn and Chris and Bridge Road Entertainment are making “Footprints on the Moon” available on SoundCloud for a FREE DOWNLOAD TODAY. Hit it!



Need more?  The band – which includes Kate Sgroi on bass, Tyrone Hartzog on B3, and David Bourgeois on drums – is keeping the momentum going with a six-month national tour supporting the album. “We’ve got shows planned all across the country this summer, we’re out with Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers in July, then we’re everywhere from NYC to Boston to Nashville to Boulder to LA and San Fran and the Pacific Northwest. It’s going to be crazy as hell, but we’re going to have the time of our lives!,” says Chris Arndt.  Aw yeah!


So get ready. If this video of Jocelyn & Chris Arndt performing “Footprints on the Moon” live at Cohoes Music Hall is any indication, we’re in for a helluva ride.

Photos courtesy of Bridge Road Entertainment

Jocelyn and Chris New Album GO

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- Shirley Huang heads operations and the influencer program at EDGEtv. A transplant from the legal industry with a passion for creative development, Shirley has worked in the entertainment industry since 2012. In her spare time, she enjoys art, hiking and roadtrips.

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