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February 26, 2020

Photo: Ben Morse 

The award winning and universally lauded 2000 Trees Festival have confirmed a mammoth 36 artists for 2020 today. As anticipated, it’s an utter stormer of an announcement.

Joining a line-up that’s already composed of heavy hitters such as Jimmy Eat World, Knocked Loose, Creeper and many more are the Californian punk jumpstarts Spanish Love Songs, the template defying powerhouse that is Nova Twins and the ever enigmatic The World Is...

February 17, 2020

Hailing from Philadelphia, one of the great homesteads of stateside punk, tonight’s openers Mannequin Pussy (7.5) bridge the gap between the classic roots of American punk and it’s progressive current state riotously. Dissonance drips plentifully from their scuzzed adolescent bombardments of punk - sonic ooze that seeps into the pores of both every punter in attendance and into the timbre and concrete of this venue. Such a sentiment becomes choki...

February 13, 2020

With existentialism and insecurity, comes a form of musical catharsis like no other in the punk scene. It’s clear that Spanish Love Songs have always dwelled in this nihilism and frustration, and their new release Brave Faces Everyone shows no sign of change. With 2018’s Schmaltz firmly cementing their place within the scene, Brave Faces Everyone takes on an awfully important role for the LA quintet to prove their worth.

Frontman Dylan Slocum is q...

January 7, 2020

Punk quintet Spanish Love Songs have revealed details of their third record, and have accompanied the news with a new single. 

The album will be titled Brave Faces Everyone and is set for release on February 7th 2020 via Pure Noise Records

On the record, vocalist/guitarist Dylan Slocum said: "This album is us honing in on what we think makes our band resonate with people — namely, the feeling that you’re not alone. These are songs about...

April 10, 2018

Certainly, there’s been an unmistakable rise of coarse and rugged pop-punk bands in recent years, with acts such as The Menzingers, The Wonder Years and The Smith Street Band enjoying the spoils of colossal followings. Whilst such a rise may be due to a range of various principals, many young acts are attempting to jump on this continuing bandwagon, with various degrees of success. However, one act that clearly has the earnest passion and power t...

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