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Music Video: Talk Show Host – “I Hate Men (I Hate All Men)”

Toronto pop-punkers Talk Show Host recently released a brand new music video for their song, “I Hate Men (I Hate All Men).” The track is one off of their latest EP, Not Here To Make Friends, and is one of the first lead singles.

You can watch the full clip here.

Not Here To Make Friends was released in May 2017 and served as a follow-up to the band’s 2016 EP, Perfectly Competent. 



Talk Show Host stream title track from upcoming EP “Not Here to Make Friends”

Toronto punks Talk Show Host are streaming the title track from their upcoming EP Not Here to Make Friends. You can give the song a listen below.

Not Here to Make Friends comes out next Friday, May 19th. The band will be touring Europe in support of the release later this month (dates below).



Talk Show Host stream cover of Tragically Hip’s “Fireworks” for charity

Toronto’s Talk Show Host are streaming a cover of Tragically Hip’s “Fireworks.”

All proceeds from the song will go to the Gord Downie Fund for Brain Cancer Research, established by the lead singer of Tragically Hip after he revealed his own brain cancer diagnosis.

You can stream the song below and purchase it at bandcamp. You can also donate directly to the Gord Downie Fund for Brain Cancer Research because cancer sucks.



Talk Show Host (Pop Punk) stream new record “Perfectly Competent”

As of just yesterday, Toronto Pop Punks Talk Show Host dropped a new record entitled “Perfectly Competent” for you to stream. There are some pretty strong Blink 182 vibes coming off these tracks, as well as that bright Against Me! sound. You can listen to it below, and purchase it here.

Earlier this year saw the release of their debut EP “Disunion Tour”.

 



Talk Show Host releases “Disunion Tour” EP

Toronto based punk band Talk Show Host has released their debut EP, Disunion Tour, and you can check it out below.

Citing Against Me! and Bob Mould as influences, the band formed in 2015 and includes members of Toronto skate-punk act Hey Mister.