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Music Video: Warn The Duke – “Noreaster”

Brooklyn punk band Warn the Duke (ft. members of Big D and the Kids Table and River City Rebels) have released a video for their song “Noreaster.”

Check it out below.

Warn the Duke last released Ghost Be Gone on October 16th, 2015, but are re-releasing it on Wiretap Records and Save Your Generation Records.  They are having a vinyl release show this Saturday at O’Brien’s in Boston.  You can grab tickets for that here.



Warn the Duke sign to Wiretap and Save Your Generation Records

Brooklyn punk band Warn the Duke (ft. members ofBig D and the Kids Table and River City Rebels) have signed to both Wiretap Records and Save Your Generation Records to help re-released their debut LP, Ghost Be Gone.

Warn the Duke originally released Ghost Be Gone on October 16, 2015. If you happened to miss it, you can play catch up by streaming the album below.



Warn The Duke release music video for “Harry O’Donnell”

Brooklyn punk group Warn The Duke have just released a new music video for their track “Harry O’Donnell”. The video depicts a semi-functional family, with each character played by a member of the band. Check it out below.

“Harry O’Donnell” comes off the bands upcoming debut LP, “Ghost Be Gone”, which is set for release this coming October.



Warn the Duke (ft. members of Big D and the Kids Table, The River City Rebels) release music video for “Harry O’Donnell”

Brooklyn punk band Warn the Duke, feature members of Big D and the Kids Table and the River City Rebels, have released a music video for their song “Harry O’Donnell”, check it out below!

The song comes off of their debut album entitled “Ghost Be Gone” which was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Jay Maas of Defeater. The album is set to come out sometime in October,  and we will keep you posted as the date nears. 



Introducing Brooklyn Punk Act: Warn the Duke

Warn the Duke are a new alternative punk 4-piece featuring former members of River City Rebels, Big D and the Kids Table, and The Toasters. Don’t let the ska background fool you though, this band plays melodic punk that wouldn’t be out of place in your older brother’s CD collection that he wouldn’t ever let you touch but you’d sneak into his room and listen anyway while he was away.

The band’s debut album, Ghost Be Gone, won’t be released until this October, but you can give a listen to their first single, “Coastline”, below