Alright Junior sharing the stage with Wheatus 9/7 in Philadelphia!

Alright Junior sharing the stage with Wheatus 9/7 in Philadelphia, PA!

Get your tickets, yet?! We rock w/ Wheatus at MilkBoy presented by Riot Nerd and hosted by Cole Selleck of Radio 104.5!

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This one will most certainly be a blast, we’ll see you there!

Cheers & Best,

Jace, Jamie, & Chris – the gentlemen of Alright Junior

Big Thank You to everyone we met out on this tour, we’ll be seeing you again very soon!

Big Thank YOU to Richmond VA, Nashville TN, Asheville NC, Chattanooga TN, Huntsville AL, Atlanta GA, Wilmington DE, Brooklyn NY, Washington DC, New Jersey, New Hope PA, Philadelphia PA and beyond! Another great tour in the books & we’ll see you soon!

AJ Barbary 2/23/18

It never ceases to amaze us upon our travels in all different areas while meeting all different types of people, a plethora of great memories continue to stack up. We had an incredible blast on this run of tour and we certainly look forward to the next time around very soon! Thank you for everything, always, we’ll be seeing you at the next show, good people.

Cheers & Best,

Jace, Jamie, and Chris – the gentlemen of Alright Junior

WXPN & The Key’s John Vettese w/ AJ In-Studio Session & Write Up

WXPN & The Key’s John Vettese with Alright Junior In-Studio Session & Write Up

Another big thank you goes out to WXPN’s The Key and John Vettese for the continuous love and support for us and this endeavor of ours.



Maybe it’s the way the stringed instruments interact, with ample space carved out in arrangement and tone for each to howl. Maybe it’s the way drums are methodically paced, coming in at just the right moment with just the right amount of force to elevate the fray. The band’s emotive, heavy rock hits any number of touchstones, from Queens of the Stone Age and Soundgarden, to less-remembered artists of the modern rock era like Our Lady Peace and Remy Zero. Performed live in WXPN studios recently, it sounds particularly badass.

The band is comprised of singer-guitarist Jace Miller, bassist Jamie Victor and drummer Mike Fraclose, and last year it released its second EP, Inhibition. The songs are loud and punchy enough that your metalhead friends will headbang in assent, but it’s also incredibly emotional, thanks in no small part to Miller’s powerful-yet-vulnerable singing. He’s a big Radiohead fan — I once saw Alright Junior rock a solid cover of “The Bends” in concert — and racing across octaves, Miller’s voice unpacks feelings of isolation, betrayal, and psychic damage, as well as feelings of devotion and hope.”

  • John Vettese, WXPN, The Key

Can’t say enough about the kind words, it really does mean the world to us, indeed.

Check out the new tour dates as they are being added and see when we are coming to YOU! Till then, good people…

Cheers & Best,

Jace, Mike, & Jamie – the gentlemen of Alright Junior

New Stop-Motion Animation Music Video for “Hold On To My Breath Again” Released!

New Stop-Motion Animation Video for “Hold On To My Breath Again” Released!

Ladies & Gentlemen! Our new stop motion animation video for Hold On To My Breath Again is up for your viewing pleasure. An incredibly huge thank you to Tony Forgey for directing this video, absolutely stunning! Share this up, good people 🙂

Cheers & Best,

Jace, Mike, & Jamie – the gentlemen of Alright Junior

Big thanks to WXPN & The Key for the review & write up on the new EP, Inhibition, just released!

Big thanks to WXPN & The Key for the review & write up on the new EP, Inhibition, that was just released!

AJ E Factory Roof (Blk&Wht)

A very heartfelt thank you goes out to WXPN, The Key, Chad Snyder, & John Vettese, for the support and write up here! It’s beyond appreciated, indeed 🙂

“If you’re one of the 90s kids on my Facebook feed mourning the death of the golden era of rock music, you’re just not looking in the right places. Red-blooded alt-rock is alive and well, and Philadelphia’s Alright Junior is a prime example of that. Inhibition is the extended play follow-up to long player Amusia, and for fans of the genre, it’s pure, uninhibited ear-candy.

From the first syllable of opening track “Over You Over Me”, you know Inhibition is all about. If minor keys, heartbreak, and loud/soft dynamics aren’t your thing, then just turn around now. If they are, though, then there’s a lot for you to like here. “Out at Sea” is a lively, Queens of the Stone Age-esque rocker, while “Hold On To My Breath Again” and “Into The Sun” are spacious, slow burning rockers that bloom in the back half. The highlight of the set is definitely “In Pain”, which condenses all the hard-rocking attitude of the EP into a battle cry of “I’m in pain!”

Inhibition is available for streaming and purchase now via Alright Junior’s Bandcamp. If you want to catch the band live and support a good cause while you’re doing it, you can catch them on November 25th at Ortileb’s for their Chords For A Cure fundraiser. For three years running, the event has raised money for the Histiocystosis Association, featuring a variety of artists performing in a special, unplugged format.” – Chad Snyder, WXPN, The Key

Cheers & Best,

Jace, Mike, & Jamie – the gentlemen of Alright Junior