Ury Summers: A Pop-Punk Revelation with Debut Album’Thirteen Years Late’

Blending Classic Punk with Modern Pop, Drawing Comparisons to Green Day and Sum 41

In the ever-evolving landscape of pop-punk, emerging artist Ury Summers introduces himself as a force to be reckoned with in his debut album, “Thirteen Years Late.” Although a newcomer to the scene, Ury Summers, a Basque native now based in Los Angeles, brings a fresh perspective, seamlessly blending classic punk aesthetics with a modern pop sensibility.

The album’s title, “Thirteen Years Late,” alludes to its long-awaited release, echoing the artist’s journey from a troubled teenage skater and surfer to a seasoned musician. Ury’s music is defined by angular guitar riffs, catchy melodies, and anthemic choruses that navigate between the realms of melancholy and optimism.

As a solo artist, Ury Summers stands out as a charismatic frontman with an innate ability to craft instantly memorable hooks and meaningful lyrics. His songwriting draws inspiration from his unique life experiences, creating a narrative that resonates universally. The artist’s gritty, formative years, including being kicked out of high school and immersing himself in music, have shaped his now-signature rough yet energetic songwriting style.

The album’s thematic depth is complemented by Ury’s distinctive sound, earning him favorable comparisons to punk icons like Green Day and Sum 41. Influences ranging from blink-182, MGK, and MOD SUN to unexpected inspirations like Frank Sinatra and movie soundtracks contribute to the album’s eclectic appeal.

Ury Summers – Thirteen Years Late – Album Cover

“Thirteen Years Late” is a testament to Ury Summers’ resilience and commitment to his craft. His journey to Los Angeles, subsequent struggles, and a deep connection with his longtime friend and manager Jon Franco underscore his dedication to music. The stability provided by marriage has allowed Ury to fully devote himself to his art.

With no collaborative features, the album is a solo endeavor, allowing Ury Summers to shine independently. The brash and energetic hooks found throughout the tracks are rapidly gaining him a dedicated fan base. The comparison to Green Day’s iconic album, “Dookie,” sets high expectations for Ury Summers, and he delivers.

As the first album in Ury’s discography, “Thirteen Years Late” marks a promising beginning.

Scheduled for release on March 22nd, the album is just the tip of the iceberg. Ury Summers hints at a cascade of old and new music in the pipeline, ensuring that he will be a mainstay in the pop-punk scene for years to come.

For those eager to experience Ury Summers’ sonic journey, follow him on Instagram @urysummers

and subscribe to his YouTube channel: [Ury Summers on YouTube](https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm5GrSWSlKtzlpMnjUZdddg?sub_confirmation=1).

In summary, “Thirteen Years Late” is not just an album; it’s an announcement of Ury Summers’ arrival and a promise of more to come in the realm of alternative rock and punk.

Stay tuned, as Ury Summers is set to carve his name into the heart of the pop-punk scene!

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