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Condition Oakland (punk, PA) stream “Burial Grounds”

Condition Oakland are streaming their entire third record for free via their bandcamp page. Burial Grounds features twelve tracks of amped up folk music that should excite fans of early Gaslight Anthem and Against Me!

If you’d like to give the record a listen, check it out below. Alternatively, buy a copy from the band and support great DIY music.



Condition Oakland announces third full length ‘Burial Grounds’

Ashland, PA’s Condition Oakland has announced its third full length. ‘Burial Grounds’ is set to be released on March 18th via No Less Records. You can head over to the label’s website here to stream new song ‘Welcome To Hell (3498)‘.

The band released its last EP ‘Nervous Ghost’ in 2015.



Free Music: Condition Oakland (folk punk) – ‘Nervous Ghost’ EP

Pennsylvania folk-punk group Condition Oakland are giving you a free/name your price download of their latest EP, Nervous Ghost. Listen and download below.

The EP is a collection of four old songs, now given the full-band treatment. Give it a listen and toss some monies their way if you like what you hear (or even if you don’t).

Condition Oakland last released Kinperson, a split EP with Tedd Hazard, in November of 2014. You can download their half of the split for free/name your price here.



Music Video: Condition Oakland – “I Was a Safe Place, I Was an Anchor”

Pennsylvania folk-punk act Condition Oakland have released a new music video for their song “I Was a Safe Place, I Was an Anchor”, which is off of their May 2013 release “Catholic Presidents.” You can check out the video below.

Condition Oakland currently have an “Indiegogo”campaign running to help raise money so the band can purchase a tour van. You can learn more about the campaign at this location.