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Music Video: The Isotopes – “Rochelle, Rochelle”

Vancouver baseball themed punks The Isotopes have released a music video for their song “Rochelle, Rochelle”. You can watch it below.

“Rochelle, Rochelle” appears on The Isotopes’ recent album 1994 World Series Champions, which was released last April through Stomp Records.



Isotopes round the bases with CJ Ramone on UK tour

Canada’s greatest contribution to the universe since Wolverine and maple syrup, The Isotopes, have joined up with CJ Ramone on a UK tour. Check out the dates below!

The Isotopes last released their second full length, 1994 World Series Champions in April. Check out their bandcamp for some excellent Ramones-core pop punk, complete with a song referencing Jose Canseco shooting himself. Pure audio genius!



The Isotopes release video for “D.O.A.”

Vancouver baseball themed punks The Isotopes, who released new album “1994 World Series Champions” in April through Stomp Records, have released a video for “D.O.A.” from that record.

You can watch it below.



Isotopes to join CJ Ramone on UK tour

Vancouver baseball all-stars The Isotopes have been announced as the support band for CJ Ramone‘s upcoming UK tour. Head over here to see if there’s a show near you.

The Isotopes last released 1994 World Series Champions in April through Stomp Records.



Album Review: The Isotopes – ‘1994 World Series Champions’

Ah, baseball. The classic game that brings families together. Is there anything more iconic of America’s more positive aspects? Perhaps The Simpsons, depending on which seasons you’re talking about. Fittingly enough, The Isotopes (who hail from the Great White North, it should be noted) bring these two American pastimes together. Named after Springfield’s minor league team, The Isotopes write sweet and catchy pop punk tunes about one thing, and one thing only: baseball.

Imagine if the first two Riverdales albums had the same glossy production as Masked Intruder, and you’ve got a pretty good idea of what to expect from The Isotopes’ latest album, 1994 World Series Champions (for those who are too lazy to look it up: the title is a reference to the fact that there was no World Series in 1994, thus there was no team to win the championship). Only one song on the album passes the two and a half minute mark, with only a third of remaining nine tracks breaking two minutes at all. There are several references to the Sandlot, former major league players, and not wanting the season to end. On the punk end of the spectrum, the album begins with a slight Germs reference (“What We Do Ain’t Secret”) and ends with a Black Flag-like chant, if Black Flag weren’t so rigid (“Sandlot Party”).

Is it gimmicky? Yeah, it most certainly is. But that doesn’t stop it from being any less fun. Pop punk is rarely about reinventing the wheel, and is more about catchy sing-along tunes. The Isotopes know exactly what they’re playing at, and they don’t hide it at all.

4 / 5

RIYL: Riverdales, The Hextalls, Masked Intruder



Isotopes (pop-punk) stream new album “1994 World Series Champions”

Vancouver baseball all-stars The Isotopes are streaming their new album “1994 World Series Champions”. You can give it a listen here.

“1994 World Series Champions” will be released through Stomp Records on April 14th and will be available through the band’s bandcamp page.

The Isotopes recently released a music video for their song “Legend of George Brett”. They are currently in the middle of a European tour, finishing up at the end of this month.



Isotopes release music video for “Legend of George Brett”

Self-appointed “world’s greatest baseball punk band” the Isotopes have released a music video for a new song titled “Legend of George Brett.” Check it out below.

This track is taken from the band’s upcoming album 1994 World Series Champions, which is set to release on April 14th through Stomp Records.



Punk all-star team ‘Isotopes’ announce new album

Revolving all-star team Isotopes have announced a brand new album. Their baseball themed ‘1994 World Series Champions‘ will be out April 14th through Destiny Records (UK / EU) & Stomp Records (CA / US).

Over the years Isotopes has included members from the Real McKenzies, Exploding F**k Dolls, Vibrators, DOA, Nervous Talk, and Dee Cracks, none of whom have played every show. If you’d like to see one of the line-ups play live in Europe, check below for full tour dates.



The Real McKenzies announce Western Canadian tour

Celtic punk legends The Real McKenzies have announced Western Canadian tour dates with Isotopes. The run will begin on March 2nd, 2017 in Victoria, BC and will end on March 25th, 2017 in Grande Prairie, AB. You can view a full list of dates and locations below.

The Real McKenzies’s most recent full-length “Rats in the Burlap” was released in April of 2015 through Fat Wreck Chords.



Music Video: Isotopes – “Total Juicehead”

Baseball-themed punk act the Isotopes have released a music video for their song “Total Juicehead”. The track comes off of their new album, Nuclear Strikezone, and you can watch the video below.

Isotopes released Nuclear Strikezone on February 17, 2015 on Stomp Records.



Full Album Stream: Isotopes – ‘Nuclear Strikezone’

Baseball-themed punk act the Isotopes have released a full stream of their upcoming album, Nuclear Strikezone. You can give it a listen right here, but only until February 16, 2015!

The Isotopes will release Nuclear Strikezone on February 17, 2015 on Stomp Records.