Australian pop punks The Shorts have released a new album called Chickenshit.
You can give it a listen below.
Chickenshit was released today, August 8th, 2017.
Golf Riot falls more firmly in the pop-punk category than their 2015 release, Rino, which had a bit more ska influence.
Australian pop and sometimes ska punks, The Shorts, recently released their debut LP Rino.
It is a departure from their self-titled EP, which is more heavily ska influenced, but you can give it a listen and decide what you think by checking it out below.
Rino was released July 6th, 2015.
Do you guys remember when Flogging Molly put out music that made you want to dance a jig and mosh at the same time? Fast and aggressive enough to satisfy your rebellious soul yet folky enough to provide a depth sometimes lacking in more traditional punk rock? Those were the days. And I thought they were over until I stumbled across The Killigans. Hailing from Lincoln, Nebraska of all places, this six-some channel folk-punk as if they were spawned from the back of a gypsy caravan in the heart of the Old Country. Playing together since 2004, how they escaped my notice until now is beyond me, but let's not dwell on that. What's important is that they just released a new full-length titled "Dance On Your Grave" and I'm here today to tell you it is well worth a listen. Do so here.