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We are extremely excited to announce that our new split 7″ featuring Direct Hit! and The Haverchucks is officially up for pre-sale! Co-released with Kind of Like Records, this gem features 4 brand new songs as well as some incredible artwork that may bring some of you right back!
We are releasing this beast in two separate ways. The first option, for $5, gets you the 7″ in toxic yellow vinyl! The second option, for $8, gets you the toxic yellow 7″ PLUS a super exclusive beer kookie featuring two old friends!
And while you’re at it, head to Alternative Press to hear a brand new song from the split, “Fallout Shelter Television” by Direct Hit!
1. Direct Hit! – Operation (The Side Project cover)
2. Direct Hit! – Fallout Shelter Television
3. The Haverchucks – Winding Down
4. The Haverchucks – (The Girl Gave Me) The Runaround
We are beyond stoked to announce that our boys in The Scutches are opening for the mighty Teenage Bottlerocket in NYC on 8/22 at Santos Party House! Nothington and Masked Intruder are also playing…seriously best show ever. Tickets are only 10 bones and you can get em HERE. This will be the first show with the newest member of the Scutches, Tommy Unit on the bass guitar. Don’t miss it.
Happy Friday twerps! We have a few fun nuggets of Scutches news (that sounds kind of gross). First of all, our buds at Rocket Fuel Podcast not only hosted a vinyl giveaway contest for our boys on Monday, but they also played the MONSTER first single, “Don’t Go” on the show last night. Check it out here.
We also got our first majestic review in from the gentlemen at Oklahoma Lefty. Here’s what they had to say:
Long Island, NY’s The Scutches is a pop punk tour de force. Drawing influence from the likes of The Queers and The Methadones, The Scutches’ latest album Ten Songs, Ten Years is easily as good as anything the former has released and near the epic level of the latter’s tremendous catalog. The songs themselves are traditional pop punk fare—catchy, hook-drive, and mostly about girls—but the record never sounds trite or forced. What really makes Ten Songs, Ten Years work is the hints of early rock ‘n’ roll in the music. The Ramones were essentially The Beach Boys on speed; unfortunately many pop punk bands don’t look any farther back then Joey and company. That doesn’t seem to be the case with The Scutches. One can easily hear whiffs of Buddy Holly, The Beach Boys, and Jan & Dean in Ten Songs, Ten Years right beside The Riverdales and Blink 182.
Have a great weekend!
“Ten Songs, Ten Years” by The Scutches is now up for pre-order…check it out HERE! To celebrate this momentous occasion, our buds over at AMP have set up an exclusive stream of “Summer Night,” a little gem from the new record.E
Everyone who pre-orders the new record will get a free digital copy of the band’s first album. Also, anyone who pre-orders the vinyl will automatically be entered in a contest to win a test pressing. Get into this!
Bright & Barrow is super excited to announce the release of the upcoming Scutches album, Ten Songs, Ten Years. RIYL The Methadones, The Ramones, The Queers, The New Rochelles. More details will be announced soon, but to celebrate the announcement Alternative Press has premiered a brand new song from the upcoming album, called “Don’t Go,” and you can listen to it HERE!!!!!
Our buds over at BlankTV just premiered the brand new video for “Nobody Gives A Shit About Us,” off of Goin’ Places’ new record, Relationship Sneakers.
Check it out here!
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Our good friends at CC2K wrote a stellar review of Relationship Sneakers…check it out HERE!
And if that wasn’t enough, click HERE to check out a really fun and insightful interview with the dudes in Goin’ Places. More to come…
B&B is really proud to announce the signing of Long Island pop punks, The Scutches! The new album is almost done and will be released in the spring. But until then, here’s a little teaser…