NYC Alt Pop Trio JANUARY JANE Performing At Gramercy Theater on January 28

“…January Jane have made one of my favorite debut EPs to come out in quite some time. I can only hope that new music is quickly on the horizon, because like ‘Your Drug’ implies, it’s far too easy to get addicted to the sound that January Jane has comprised on this stellar EP.” –

Dubbed ‘perfect for the ‘20s,’ rockers January Jane blend quantum physics, selfie culture, romance, and an 808 to create a transcendent experience in their new jam, ‘Versions Of You.’” – Hollywood Life

January Jane’s new album is bright and energetic.” – American Songwriter

Come See Alt-Pop Trio

Perform at NYC’s Gramercy Theater
On Saturday, January 28

Your Drug EP Out Now

Where: Gramercy Theatre (127 E 23rd St, New York, NY 10010)
When: Saturday, January 28 (doors at 7pm)

Photo credit: Pete Roessler

JANUARY 19, 2023 (New York, New York) —JANUARY JANE will be playing Gramercy Theatre in NYC (127 E 23rd St, New York, NY 10010) on Saturday, January 28. Performing  tracks from their 2021 EP, Your Drug including “Versions of You” that Hollywood Life says has “the energy of a supernova,” the title track “Your Drug” about the euphoric feeling of falling head over heels while in over your head, and their “spirited” (Variety) cover of the Hall & Oates hit “I Can’t Go for That (No Can Do)” (which updates the ‘80s hit by adding a modern cinematic swirl), the NYC-based threepiece will be returning to the stage since before the pandemic. “I can’t wait to get on stage in our hometown, in our favorite month nonetheless,” says lead vocalist/lyricist Pat Via. “It’s going to be an epic time playing in the Big Apple at Gramercy Theatre!” Guitarist Mitch Mitchell emphasizes, “Our job is to make sure that the city that never sleeps lives up to its nickname; at least on Saturday, January 28, that is.”

Their Your Drug EP was “created over a span of four or five years and across various time zones,” says keyboardist Peter Scialla, but they’ve always stayed true to the vision of “wanting to take the listener on a ride through our experience in New York City.” Via emphasizes that the tracks on the EP are the “ups and downs of love, the nightlife, the city’s ability to take you places you never thought you could go.” Mitchell adds, “These five songs are chock full of emotion, exuberance, loneliness, consternation and hunger.” The Hunnypot lauds “There is plenty to love about January Jane. If you like pop music with soul, with groove, and with musical twists, do not sleep on this band.” News Whistle describes the EP as “dispensing caffeinated pop that serves up a happy jolt.”   

January Jane - "Versions Of You" (Official Music Video)
JANUARY JANE “Versions of You” Music Video
January Jane - "Your Drug" (Official Lyric Video)
JANUARY JANE “Your Drug” Lyric Video
January Jane - "I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)" (Official Dance Video)
JANUARY JANE “I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do)” Dance Music Video

Lead single “Versions of You” had previously spent weeks on Billboard’s Top 40 HOT AC charts and received support from the likes of MTV Spankin’ New, MTV Live, MTVU, Music Choice Hit List, and

Initially formed as a duo after Via and Mitchell met by chance at an art gallery, the two hit it off so well that they decided to start writing music together… immediately. Their chemistry was instantly apparent as they had an outline for their first song sketched out in a mere ten minutes of their first session. The trio was rounded out by Scialla, who they met at a private party in NYC’s trendy Meatpacking District. Scialla was playing piano at the gathering and the two were immediately drawn in and decided to play with him on the spot. As Scialla explains, “We’ve put so much into this band. Now we absolutely want to get it out there in a very big way.”

What The Press Is Saying:
January Jane are a New York based trio that are preparing to take the music scene by storm with their upcoming EP Your Drug set for release later this year. With instrumental and vocal skills well crafted beyond the band’s short existence, the trio perfectly compliment each other and create engaging music that will have you bopping along as you find yourself singing their chorus’ on repeat.– Second Society Report

“What makes this band incredible is the fact that they have so much faith in this project and it shows to the onstage chemistry, the realism of their lyrics, melodic guitar hooks, and anthemic keys that fuses synth-rock together.” Mod Rock Chica

January Jane has the New York spirit etched in its DNA. It’s such a vibe that you can find embedded into their music. You’ll feel it in the project’s title-track, an exuberant pop/rock anthem.” – Aipate

This impressive rework of the track [‘I Can’t Go For That’] is perhaps their strongest release and introduces H&O’s hit to a whole new audience and generation of music fans.” – PopWrapped

The city is intertwined in both the band’s origin story and sound, and their debut EP Your Drug—now available on all streaming platforms, truly encapsulates the city’s energy that never sleeps” – Poptized

The group came together through the magic and mystique of New York City, and their upcoming EP is an epic, driving ode to that same city.” – The Young Folks

The exciting mixture of sounds act as a perfect soundtrack for the dancefloor and exciting midnight drive.” – NYS Music

That is who January Jane is: a fun, modern band with slick, pop influences and a garage band approach.” – Music Daily 

January Jane give us a great soundtrack to go along with such fantastic views of the NYC skyline…” – Melodic Magazine

The band’s output is dancy and fun, and swirling with beats that go straight for the heart” – News Whistle

“Their scintillating music and visuals bring the listener into a whole new world, full of fantasy.” – Alchemical Records

January Jane’s entire EP is catchy tune after catchy tune that will keep you moving.” – Ground Sounds

“‘Versions of You’ is one of the most dance-worthy and infectious tunes of the year.” – That Grape Juice

January Jane is one hit song away from being at the tip of everyone’s tongue.”  –

…Unites 80s nostalgia with forward-thinking production cues and lyrics.” – Play Too Much

Tickets for January Jane’s upcoming Gramercy Theater show on Saturday, January 28 can be found HEREJanuary Jane‘s Your Drug EP is now out via Whiskey Vinyl/BMG and can be streamed/purchased here:


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