It feels like they’re holding up rich ‘picked first in kickball’ punk rockers at gunpoint with their stripped-down, gritty DIY punk that’s swollen with smarts and well-placed pride in being a societal fuck up, way past the time in life where it’s fashionable. Fans of Crimpshrine and Cleveland Bound Death Sentence take note.
Comes with a double-sided, full-color poster, a record adapter, stickers and a fully-packaged CD-R of the songs.
2nd seven-inch from this Portland band that’s been compared to everyone from Pedestrians and Crimpshrine to Cleveland Bound Death Sentence mixed with Palatka, which apparently means they’re simultaneously off-kilter and catchy. It’s dirty punk rock with frayed cuffs and paper-cut abrasions. Dual vocals, lyrics that tackle topics as varied as racism (“Liberty Street”), domestic abuse (“Apartments”) and aging in punk (“Old Tats And Oxygen Masks”) delivered with both venom and thoughtfulness.
Five songs, red or turquoise vinyl.