“Joaquin” is the first taste of the uncompromising debut album "Noise & Romance" from the young trio The Entrepreneurs. “Joaquin” is a playful track with both powerful riffs, high-tempo beats, laid-back parts, distorted guitars, melodic bass lines, and fingerpicking guitars.
"The lyrics are all about breaking free from everything holding you back, and about those who are not breaking free from these bounds. All in all it’s a playful, naive and energetic track with heavy notes of nostalgia both lyrically and musically,” bass player Anders Hvass explains.
The Copenhagen-based trio enjoy a reputation as one of the fiercest live bands in their native Denmark, and with their debut album they're ready to take on the world. Their noisy songs are aesthetically rich and experimental variations on some of rock’s most significant subgenres like punk, grunge, post-rock — always performed with an underlying dark and explosive feel. When listening to the new music by The Entrepreneurs it becomes apparent how the band are inspired by many different artists including Sonic Youth, Deftones, and Jeff Buckley to mention a few.