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Plow United announce hiatus, release new single

Philadelphia pop-punks Plow United have announced that they will be going on another hiatus. The announcement includes the release of a new single called, Authenticity. The band reunited and released two reunion records over the last few years, but unfortunately all good things come and go.

A statement from the band reads, “Hey y’all! We are pressing the pause button again. Here’s a song from the Three sessions that explains why.”

You can check out the song below.



It’s Alive Records releases free comp ft. Plow United, Up For Nothing & more

It’s Alive Records has released a free compilation titled It’s Alive and Chill. The comp features 25 songs from bands like Plow United, Up For Nothing, Hospital Job, and The Mugwumps.

You can listen to the compilation below and download it for free on the label’s Bandcamp page.



Plow United stream new album ‘Three’

Delaware’s Plow United are streaming their new album Three, which you can listen to via The AV Club here.

Plow United released Three on May 17, 2016 via It’s Alive Records. To support the new album, Plow United will be playing record release shows on May 20 in Brooklyn and May 21 in Philly.



Plow United stream new song “Everything”

Delaware punks Plow United are streaming their brand new song “Everything”, taken from their upcoming album Three, which is due for release on May 17th via It’s Alive Records. You can listen to it below.

To support the new album, Plow United will be playing record release shows on May 21 in Philly and on May 20 in Brooklyn. The band is also one of the headliners of Death to False Hope Reunion Weekend.


Death to False Hope announces Family Reunion Weekend 2016 (formerly Death to False Hope Fest)

Death To False Hope Records will be celebrating its first annual Family Reunion Weekend fest this year at the Motorco Music Hall in Durham, NC. The all ages event was once known as Death to False Hope Fest, and will take place the weekend of April 15, 2016. There are 34 bands for this year’s lineup, including Arliss Nancy, Coffee Project, Plow United, Almost People, The Jukebox Romantics and more.

You can find out more information on the event here.



Plow United & The Scandals stream split 7″

Plow United and The Scandals have made their new 4-song split 7″ available for streaming, and you can give it a listen below.

The split was released on July 7th through Artistic Integrity Records. Head over here to grab a copy.



The Rentiers (ft. Joel Tannenbaum of Plow United) to release new EP

Plow United bassist Joel Tannenbaum has announced his side-project The Rentiers will be releasing a new EP titled Black Metal Yoga in late summer/early fall through Baldy Longhair Records.

The band’s debut EP Here’s a List of Things That Exist saw Tannenbaum backed by Mikey Erg, Anika Pyle of Chumped, and Tyler Pursel from Gym Class Heroes, but it hasn’t been announced whether the same lineup will be appearing on this release.

We’ll keep you posted as more info on Black Metal Yoga comes to light.



Plow United stream new track, “I’m Onto You”

Delaware punks Plow United have a brand new single out, which will serve as a teaser for their new album.  You can check out “I’m Onto You” here.

The new album doesn’t have a name yet, but we can tell you that it’s being recorded at Little Eden in Asbury Park by Pete Steinkopf of  The Bouncing Souls.

The band released Delco last year through It’s Alive Records, and have plans to release a split with The Scandals some time next month.



Plow United to head into the studio with Pete Steinkopf (Bouncing Souls)

Plow United have announced that they will be hitting the studio next month to record with The Bouncing Souls‘ Pete Steinkopf.

The album is untitled as of yet, but will be recorded at Little Eden in Asbury Park.

The band released Delco last year through It’s Alive Records, and have plans to release a split with The Scandals some time next month.



Plow United stream “Coda” off upcoming split with The Scandals

Delawarian (yes, Delawarian) punks Plow United have premiered an explosive little tune called “Coda” and you can give it a listen right here.

The track will appear on a 7-inch split with New Jersey punk band The Scandals slated for release July 7th via Artistic Integrity Records.

Plow released Delco last year through It’s Alive Records.



Plow United and The Scandals announce split EP

Plow United has announced a split with New Jersey punk band The Scandals. The record will be released sometime next month via Artistic Integrity Records.

Plow released Delco last year through It’s Alive Records



Plow United and The Headies stream split EP

Plow United are streaming their split with Delaware pop-punk outfit The Headies, and you can give it a listen here.

The band released Delco last year through It’s Alive Records.



New Band Alert: The Rentiers (Joel Tannenbaum with Mikey Erg, Anika Pyle and Tyler Pursel)

Well this is all kinds of awesome.

So there’s this new band on the block. They’re called The Rentiers, and they’re billed as “whatever kind of music Joel Tannenbaum feels like playing at any given moment and whoever he feels like playing it with.” On the band’s debut EP, “Here is a List of Things That Exist,” Tannenbaum (Plow United, Ex Friends) is joined by the one-and-only Mikey Erg, Anika Pyle from Chumped and Tyler Pursel from Gym Class Heroes. You can stream the four-song EP in its entirety right here.

“Here is a List of Things That Exist” is due out on or around March 24th – pre-orders are available through Death To False Hope Records right here and Square of Opposition Records here.



Plow United seeking archival footage for upcoming DVD release

Plow United are seeking archival footage of the band for an upcoming DVD release.

You can read what they had to say via Facebook below.

The band released a new 7-inch entitled Delco last month through It’s Alive Records.



EP Review: Plow United – “Delco”


Most bands that break up, go on an “indefinite hiatus” or go on walkabout and then reform are huge disappointments. Most pop punk bands age just about as well as milk in the sun. Plow United is an anomaly in many ways. “Delco”, the 7″ follow up to 2013’s Marching Band, sits just as comfortably next to 1996’s Goodnight Sellout.

These four songs come strong right out of the gate with the 48 second “That Was Awesome”. It’s not what you would expect from a band partially composed of a professor and a PHD, but somehow it manages to be pretty fucking awesome. Sean Rule is every bit the explosive monster on drums he was in the 90s, setting the beat with sudden bursts of speed that still manage to make me feel 15. Catchy vocal harmonies  on “Live Like a Viking, Die Like a Viking” will stay with you for days.

In a sub genre that’s congested with prefabricated or otherwise bought and sold,  overproduced,  formulaic, heavily coiffed nonsense, Plow United doesn’t raise the bar, but rather sits where they set it almost twenty years ago, defying the bands of today to come anywhere near the level they’ve maintained.

4.5/5  Stars