Pop punk act Watashi Wa Dance Party are now streaming their newest EP “Character Volume III: Erich”
You can stream the new EP below.
Friday, November 17, 2017 at 3:47 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
San Diego pop-punks Watashi Wa Dance Party have been pumping out a ton of new songs lately. The band’s newest track is “Mio”, taken from their upcoming EP Character Volume III: Erich.
You can give the song a listen below.
Each installment in the band’s Character Volume series features songs written by a different band member. Drummer Erich Beckmann handled the songwriting on Volume III, which is due out November 24th.
Monday, November 6, 2017 at 7:31 PM (PST) by Jared Williams
San Diego pop punk act Watashi Wa Dance Party are now streaming their new single “Ruminating” from “Character Volume II: Wade” on Bandcamp.
“Character Volume II: Wade” will be released on November 10th!
You can give the single a listen below.
Monday, October 23, 2017 at 11:34 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Self-proclaimed skate-poppers Watashi Wa Dance Party are streaming a single from their forthcoming EP, Skate Pop Suicide. The tune is called “Really-Over” and just a quick listen will make you completely understand where the record (and genre) got their titles from. The band combine the rapid tempo of skate punk with infectious melodies inspired by typical pop music. It’s not quite pop punk, more like punk pop really. Either way, you can listen to “Really-Over” from Skate Pop Suicide below. The date for the full EP launch hasn’t been confirmed yet.
The previous release Watashi Wa Dance Party was the 2016 effort, Budokan or Bust!!!
Hailing from Lincoln, UK Nieviem is a newer skate punk band that has been tearing it up for a little over a year. Steadily releasing new songs, live recordings, and EPs, the band continues the trend with their second EP The Hope Is There. The EP is fast and heavy, borrowing from hardcore but still strongly entrenched in 90's skate punk. If that sounds up your alley, then give it a listen here.