Singer-songwriter Ryan Struck, who flies under the moniker of Scary Hours, creates witty and unsettling anti-folk, informed by his past in hardcore punk bands. The confrontational ethos of punk is hard to shake, especially when you live the daily grind of commuting to work from New Jersey to New York City. Struck is keen to vocalize his compelling diatribes on various matters regarding the state of the world, and does so with unbridled, tuneful panache.
Scary Hours releases Live To Serve via Pyrrhic Victory Recordings on May 10.
Today, Ghettoblaster has the pleasure of sharing his video for “Live To Serve/Serve To Live,” which you can enjoy below.
Catch him live:
5/4 – Rooftop of 280 Mulberry Street, New York, NY with TheSecondSex and Ladies Speaking
6/7 – Stoshs, Fair Lawn NJ with TBA 6/15 – Scary Hours Record Release Party with Holler and the Hand, Nine Eighteen & Fairmont
6/22 – Milford Music Festival, Milford, PA
6/27 – Crossroads in Garwood, NJ with Bad Blooks and more TBA