MusicTAP is very pleased and proud to debut the new single from North Carolina-based singer/songwriter/guitarist, “I Hate Horror Movies,” and it’s a manifesto for those of us who weren’t “properly desensitized’ in our youth, according to Mr. Haskins. This track will be available on January 21st through all streaming services, but we’re introducing it to you a little early. 

When asked about the “how and why” of the subject matter for his new single, Django stated, “the song came together quickly, based around an aggressive baritone guitar riff.

I have an ongoing weekly song challenge with some friends around the country (I’m up to thirty-five new songs during the quarantine thus far), and this one was just lurking in my subconscious – waiting to be born like some kind of unholy beast.

My wife is a horror movie fan, and I can’t stand them. So we have a deal that, for the month of October only, I am required to watch them with her, and I still try to get out of it. So this is my manifesto for those of us who just can’t get far enough away to laugh.”

Give it a listen – I’m pretty sure it will make you smile…

“I Hate Horror Movies” will be available for streaming as of Thursday, January 21st, 2021.

By Rob Ross

Rob Ross has been involved in the music industry for over 30 years - as guitarist/singer/songwriter with The Punch Line, freelance journalist, producer, manager and working for independent and major record labels. He resides in Staten Island, New York with his wife and cats; he works out a lot, reads voraciously, loves Big Star, traveling down South and his orange Gretsch. He's pretty groovy!

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