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.
Not often we hear something from a completely unknown group that absolutely blows us away. Believe us, we listen to a lot of punk-- and news flash: not all of it's good. But 24 Hour Punks, discovered through a lucky click on bandcamp, is incredible. Think fast, intense melodic punk that lands somewhere between hard-hitting 90s skate and Cock Sparrer. It's a powerful concoction for a debut EP. Even better, there's a story behind it. As the band's name suggests, Why We Fight was written, rehearsed, and recorded in 24 hours. All proceeds go to charity organization AMMF. We're not kidding! Check out the three song EP and listen to 24 Hour Punks raise the bar here.