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DISSOCIATES (punk) stream new album “A Capital Idea”

London punks DISSOCIATES are streaming their new record in full on all major streaming sites. The album is titled A Capital Idea and it is the band’s debut.

They have also released a music video for one of the lead singles, “Useless Wooden Toys.”

You can watch the video below and listen to the album here.



Dissociates announce debut album and release music video for “Useless Wooden Toys”

London punkers Dissociates have announced the release of their first full length album titled “A Capital Idea”. The album is set to be released on November 10th via Safety Second Records. The lyrics focus on issues around the world but a lot of it is based around the decay of London; but guitarist Ned Mendez said:

“We play a lot of benefits for homeless charities and leftwing causes, that’s definitely in our wheelhouse and where we come from – but musically we don’t want to ever be too preachy. Nobody wants to be lectured.”

To celebrate the announcement, they have released a new music video for “Useless Wooden Toys”, which is taken from the forthcoming album. You can watch it below. You can also find a list of tour dates as the band are hitting the road in November to support the album release.

 



The Dissociates (London, punk) make new EP available to stream

After hours at the Violet Club is the latest offering from The Dissociates. Hailing from London, the snarling four piece bring an aggressive edge to a classic punk rock sound. Their four-track EP is out on Safety Second Records and can be enjoyed below.



The Dissociates (punk) stream new single “Delete All” off upcoming EP “After Hours At The Violet Club”

London punkers The Dissociates are streaming a brand new single called “Delete All” just for you. This song is one off of their upcoming EP After Hours At The Violet Club, which is scheduled for full release on October 4th, 2016. On the topic of the tune, frontman Dan Stevens said, “Delete All is about a nasty break up, I was trying to channel the energy of Henry Rollins and Little Richard. We used four different amps to get the guitar sound, one of which got left on the street after recording and is probably under someone’s kitchen on the Cally Road!”

You can listen to the song below.

This 4-track EP will follow 2011’s Drown This Town.