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Stuck Out Here (Indie Punk, Canada) Stream Entire Latest Album “Until We’re Each Someone Else”

Toronto indie punks Stuck Out Here have a new album out. It’s called Until We’re Each Someone Else and you can listen to it in its entirety below. The release of these 11 tracks of angst laden anthems has been made possible by the good folks at Get Party! Records.

The previous effort from Stuck Out Here was the 2014 EP, Getting Used to Feeling Like Shit.



Video : Stuck Out Here – “For You, For Me”

Toronto’s Stuck Out Here have released a video for the first single “For You, For Me”, off their upcoming album, Until We’re Each Someone Else. 

Singer/guitarist Ivan Raczyki says of the song: ‘“For You, For Me” was written as an empathetic ode to my old partner who tried to console me after my dad had passed away, as imagined from her perspective. Though our love languages were in totally different dialects, she still stood by my side, even as I was frustratingly inconsolable. The love she gave in that trying moment is a testament to the strength and quality of her character and I wanted to reflect that.”

Check out the video below.

Until We’re Each Someone Else is out May 31 on Get Party! Records/Must Be Nice Records.



Music Video: Stuck Out Here – “Clinton Radars”

Toronto punk band Stuck Out Here have posted a new music video for their song “Clinton Radars” and you can check it out below.

The track appears on the band’s latest EP “Getting Used to Feeling Like Shit,” which was released last month on Art Drug and Get Party Records.



Stuck Out Here stream entire upcoming EP

Toronto punk band Stuck Out Here have posted a stream of their upcoming EP “Getting Used To Feeling Like Shit”. The EP will be released via Art Drug andGet Party Records on single-sided 12″ vinyl, February 7th.

The band will also be playing a record release show on February 7th in Toronto at the Izakaya Sushi House with Victim Party, Wasted Potential and Beat Noir.

You can check out the EP below.

You can pre-order the record here.



Stuck Out Here launch Indiegogo campaign to fund new release

Toronto punk band Stuck Out Here have posted an Indiegogo Campaign as a Pre-Order for their upcoming release “Getting Used To Feeling Like Shit”. The EP will be coming out via Art Drug and Get Party Records on single-sided 12″ vinyl.

The band will be playing a record release show on February 7th in Toronto at the Izakaya Sushi House with Victim Party, Wasted Potential and Beat Noir.

You can pre-order the record here.



Stuck Out Here offering debut album “Last Night, This Morning” for free download

Ontario indie punk band Stuck Out Here have released their debut full length record “Last Night, This Morning” through online record label Juicebox Recording Co. for free/PWYC download. The record’s vinyl release will be coming out in June on Windsor punk label Tragicomedy Records.

They are also scheduled to play Pouzza Fest in Montreal later this month.

You can find the record online here.



Stuck Out Here post 2 new songs off upcoming album “Last Night, This Morning”

Toronto, Ontario indie punk band Stuck Out Here have posted 2 new songs (“Quiet Beers” and “Sober Up Tomorrow”) on their bandcamp page. The 2 tracks are off their upcoming debut LP “Last Night, This Morning”, coming out early next month on online record label Juicebox Recording Co. and on Tragicomedy Records.

Stuck Out Here are also playing Pouzza Fest later in the month of May.



Stuck Out Here release new song

Canadian punks Stuck Out Here have released a new song entitled ‘Franny And Joey’ that was released in their 2010 sampler album entitled ‘Legendary Beard.’ We’re going to assume that the song will appear on an upcoming full length, so stay tuned and we’ll let you know more details as they arise.

To stream the song, check out the band’s Myspace page.



New Music: “Know I Shouldn’t, Know I Will” by Stuck Out Here

stuck-out-hereCanadian punkers Stuck Out Here have just posted a new song for you to check out on their MySpace page. Know I Shouldn’t, Know I Will is off the band’s High School Demos.

The band has some gigs coming up in Ontario and Quebec, as well as a US summer tour in the works – get all the details at Dying Scene shows.