Jersey Rock Video of the Week: Ruby Bones "Gone Gone Gone"

Indie Rockers Ruby Bones bounce back and forth between New Jersey and Brooklyn, rocking the area clubs and honing their energetic and catchy sound.  After releasing their debut album, the group has continued to perform and produce music videos at a fast pace that should no doubt earn them much attention on the local scene.

Ruby Bones’ self-titled debut album hit #7 on the Billboard Heatseekers Mid Atlantic Chart in 2017.  It is a great effort, definitely worthy of the acclaim.  You can score a copy of Ruby Bone’s eponymous album at rubybonesband.com.

Ruby Bone’s video for “Heart Of Darkness” was featured on Jersey Rock back in April.  Since then the band has released a lyric video for “You I Want” as well as this week’s Jersey Rock Video of the Week “Gone, Gone, Gone.” The video follows a couple, played by Ryan Christian & Natalie Stevens, as they go through the trials and tribulations of love.  It was directed by Ben Janocha and produced by Pretty Sound Loud.  It is well-executed, beautifully shot, and features an impressive number of scenes that go a long way to convey a story.


Don’t miss Ruby Bones at The Brighton Bar in Long Branch on Thursday 2/8.  They’re on the bill with Corevalay and Dinosaur Eyelids that night for 95.9 The Rat and Yuengling Shore Point Distributing’s Jersey Rock Showcase.  Doors are at 7pm.  It is 21+.  Admission is FREE. All in attendance will be able to enjoy $3 Yuengling specials all night long.  More info HERE.

Jersey Rock Band of the Week: Ruby Bones

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Rocking Punk Island on Randall’s Island in New York on 6/18!

Ruby Bones released their debut, self-titled album in May and have not looked back since.  Hitting number 7 on the Billboard Heatseeker Middle Atlantic Chart, the disc is a strong effort, indicative of a bright future for the New Jersey indie Rock trio.

 Score a copy of Ruby Bones Eponymous album HERE.

 The video for the lead single “Heart of Darkness” was featured as the Jersey Rock Video of the Week back in April.  It’s a fun nod to “Weekend At Bernies,” perfectly blending dark and light tones.  Check out the video feature HERE.

Tune to Jersey Rock on 95.9 The Rat at 11:30 pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.  Singer/Guitarist Chris Nova and Drummer James Janocha will call in to the show as we do cuts from their CD and talk about their upcoming performance in NYC.

 Don’t miss Ruby Bones on June 18, as they rock Punk Island at Randall’s Island in New York.  Its a FREE, all day, all ages festival, featuring a slew of Punk bands across 7 stages.  More info HERE.

 Learn more about the band at rubybonesband.com

 Check out their debut video for “Heart Of Darkness”: