DS Exlusive: Pop-punk vets Goin’ Places premiere song off upcoming covers album

Have you heard the good news? Staten Island pop-punk veterans Goin’ Places have a new covers album coming out, and your friends at Dying Scene have an exclusive stream of one of the tracks! Well, it’s not actually new… it’s actually pretty old. But it’s new to you!

We’ll let the band explain the situation (they’re better with words than we are):

“Back in early 2002 we recorded our first album “Girl Songwriting 101”. After we left the studio we had several months of downtime while it was getting mixed, mastered and shopped to labels. So we did what any other band would do and said “let’s record another album”. We started rehearsing and soon after recorded an album called Fingerboard Road”. It featured 18 songs by 4 guys from Liverpool (yes, THOSE 4 guys). We didn’t want two new albums out at the same time, so we decided to wait 6 months or so to release “Fingerboard Road”. Somehow 6 months turned into 20 years. The album sat on a shelf gathering dust and aside from a very limited digital release, never saw the light of day‚Ķ until now.”

Check out Goin’ Places’ cover of “I Saw Her Standing There” below, and head over to Mom’s Basement Recordswebstore on Friday, November 18th to grab your copy of Fingerboard Road, along with some of their other awesome pop-punk records.

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