Ear-Splitting Indie Legends Dinosaur Jr. Release a Set of Slacker-Friendly Emojis in Partnership with Emoji Fame
The Foundational, Hard-Rocking Group Drops a New Set of Shareable Emojis and iMessage Stickers, Packed With Memorable Images From the Band’s Decades-Long Career
With numerous classic albums, a major role in influencing Kurt Cobain and Nirvana, and a deserved reputation as the loudest band around, Dinosaur Jr. encapsulates the essence of American Indie Rock. Expanding their influence from the Freak Scene to your cracked screen, Dinosaur Jr. partners with Emoji Fame to create its own line of custom emojis for the iPhone.
Featuring expressive facial renderings of guitarist/singer J Mascis, bassist/singer Lou Barlow, and drummer Murph, as well as shareable versions of classic images from the band’s album art, memorable characters and props from music videos, such as the eye-goggles from “Freak Scene” and Beefy The Bulldog, and iconic musical equipment such as fuzz pedals and J’s classic Jazzmaster, the emojis will bring Gen Xers back to their slacker days and inspire today’s youth to pick up a guitar and play it LOUD.
“Dinosaur Jr. may be elder statesman of alternative rock, but they remain evergreen in terms of releasing new music and rocking harder than most bands half their age. These emojis will appeal to their fans young and old,” said Gavin Rhodes, co-founder of Emoji Fame.
The leader in custom emojis, featured in Complex, Billboard, Noisey, Guitar Player, The Albuquerque Journal, The Houston Chronicle, SF Weekly, and Bill Simmons’ The Ringer, Emoji Fame partners with your favorite musicians, celebrities and brands to create unique emojis, with recent sets created for Cypress Hill, Devo, GG Allin, and Big Freedia.
Download the emojis here: dinojr.emojifame.com
Catch Dinosaur Jr. on tour in Europe this summer: http://www.dinosaurjr.com/tour/
Emoji Fame makes custom emojis from your favorite musicians, celebrities and brands. Emoji Fame has been featured in Complex, Billboard, Noisey, NME, Guitar Player, The Albuquerque Journal, The Houston Chronicle, SF Weekly, and Bill Simmon’s The Ringer. Unlike other apps, Emoji Fame’s are officially licensed by the artists, which means fans’ in-app purchases help them continue making the art that you love.
Recent sets include the almighty hip-hop titans, Cypress Hill, Grammy-winning reggae star, Ziggy Marley, controversial punk icon, GG Allin, Legendary new-wave act, Devo, Black Label Society guitar god, Zakk Wylde, and Philadelphia shoegazers, NOTHING, among many others.
Emoji Fame is the ONLY officially licensed emoji app that allows fans to message friends with custom emojis, text, and iOS emojis in the same message. Their clever custom keyboard allows fans to communicate with custom emojis in the way that emojis were meant to be used- as part of their everyday texts and emails.