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[spunge] release new single “Get Out”

UK ska punks [spunge] have released another new single, ‘Get Out’, which follows on from October’s release of “Liar“, through the bands own label, Dent’All Records. The singles are the band’s first new material since the 2014 LP Hold On.

Have a listen on Spotify – and check out the band’s upcoming tour dates below.

[spunge] release new single “Liar”

UK ska-punks mainstays [spunge] are to release a new single, “Liar”, on Friday 19th October via their own label, Dent’all Records. The single is the band’s first new material since the 2014 LP Hold On. No advance stream is available, but it will be out on all digital platforms then. 

They also play a selection of dates in December – current dates below.

Phinius Gage announce more 2015 tour dates

Last week, we told you that Brighton, England skate punk outfit Phinius Gage will be playing their first hometown show since splitting in 2008 on October 2nd.  The band has just announced that they will also be joining [spunge] and Whitmore on 4 dates leading up to the hometown show.  You can see the details below.

The band released “More Haste More Speed” in 2003, “The Feeling Something’s Wrong” in 2005, “Brighton Rock” in 2006 and “Seek Out Your Foes” in 2007, before splitting soon after. You can download all of their music for free on Bandcamp.

Random Cover/Fun Factoid: [spunge] (UK ska/punk) only band ever to get permission to alter Bob Marley songs

If you had to guess off the top of your head who is the only band/artist in music history to receive official permission to play and change the lyrics to any Bob Marley song, what would you say? Pepper, maybe? Sublime? Possibly The Expendables?

Well, it’s none of those. It’s an English ska/punk band called [spunge] (the brackets are so the letters don’t fall out, according to frontman Alex Copeland). The band played their version of “No Woman, No Cry” for Ziggy Marley, who liked it so much that he gave them unprecedented permission of releasing it with their altered lyrics.

The song then appeared on the band’s 2000 album “Room For Abuse.” Also on the album is a cover of the famous Sublime song “Santeria.” Check out both versions of “No Woman, No Cry” here, alone with both versions of “Santeria” here.