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Captain, We're Sinking

Captain, We're Sinking
Hometown: Scranton, Pennsylvania Current Label: Run For Cover Records Websites: Official Website
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Band Members: Bob Barnett
Leo Vergnetti
Zack Charette
Bill Orender

Captain, We're Sinking Bio:

We started as a band really because we weren’t good at anything else. There are so many great bands in Scranton and we just wanted to be part of it. Our influences range all over the place but the basics are newer bands that are still going now like against me, rx bandits, Lawrence arms but also stuff like comics, black coffee, and star wars. I would say three comparable bands are against me, hot water music, and latterman.

As for a mission I don’t really know. Its kind of cliche to just say make music and have fun but I guess that’s really our game plan right now. I really want to meet a lot of people and travel a lot so our mission would be write songs, record songs, tour, drink, meet people, throw up, drink and write more songs. See ya soon!

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  1. Captain, We’re Sinking sign to Run For Cover Records, plan new 7″10/4/2012 12:42 PM | Permalink

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  2. Captain, We’re Sinking announce new album “The Future Is Cancelled”, stream new track4/1/2013 3:09 PM | Permalink

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  5. Video Interview: Captain, We’re Sinking shoot the shit with Run For Cover Records6/8/2014 8:31 AM | Permalink

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  6. Bobby Barnett (Captain, We’re Sinking) releases solo album “Little Wounds”8/21/2014 9:30 AM | Permalink

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  7. Bobby Barnett of Captain We’re Sinking plays “A Bitter Divorce” for Space Jam Sessions11/13/2014 10:02 AM | Permalink

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  8. Captain, We’re Sinking releases b-sides and singles compilation2/2/2015 5:32 AM | Permalink

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  9. bobbyevans61/2/2016 2:46 AM | Permalink

    Great work done..

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    harjotsingh83/11/2016 4:36 AM | Permalink

    very nice song.

  11. Bobby Barnett (Captain, We’re Sinking) releases live solo LP3/31/2016 9:37 AM | Permalink

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  12. Captain, We’re Sinking stream “Trying Year” off upcoming album “The King of No Man”5/9/2017 7:12 PM | Permalink

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  13. Captain, We’re Sinking stream track “Water” off upcoming album5/30/2017 7:04 PM | Permalink

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  14. Captain, We’re Sinking stream track “Water” off upcoming album - PUNX.UK5/31/2017 12:30 AM | Permalink

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  15. Captain, We’re Sinking streams long-awaited new album ‘The King of No Man’ in full6/21/2017 12:45 PM | Permalink

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  16. Album Review: Captain, We’re Sinking – The King of No Man - PUNX.UK6/23/2017 12:59 PM | Permalink

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