Have a watch below – and check out their full March tour schedule.
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Thursday, February 14, 2019 at 3:30 PM (PST) by Tom Aylott
Punk trio Potty Mouth have released a music video for “Starry Eyes”, the second single off of their second album “SNAFU”. The track is an anti-love song ready for Valentines day, and comes ahead of the album release on March 1, 2019 via Get Better Records.
Sunday, February 3, 2019 at 3:23 AM (PST) by Chris Doughty
Potty Mouth have released a video for their single ’22’. Their upcoming album ‘SNAFU‘, is coming out March 1st on Get Better Records. Their last full length was ‘Hell Bent’ which was put out back in 2013. The band was recently interviewed by Refinery 29 about the making of the video and the history of the band.
Check out the vibrant new video below.
Sunday, January 13, 2019 at 11:30 AM (PST) by jaystone
It’s been a while since we heard from Massachusetts-turned-Los Angeles-based Potty Mouth…too long, in fact. BUT, that wait is almost over!
March 1st will mark the release date of SNAFU, the band’s long-awaited sophomore album. It’ll be released on Get Better Records, a rad DIY label run by Potty Mouth bassist Ally Einbinder and her partner Alex Licktenhour. Pre-order options are available here, and include a limited-run comic book written and inked by Potty Mouth frontwoman Abby Weems.
To get you fired up for the new release – as though you weren’t already – you can check out “22,” the album’s lead single, right here on either Spotify or iTunes!
SNAFU marks the follow-up to Potty Mouth’s 2013 debut full-length, Hell Bent. They also released a self-titled EP in 2015.
Monday, January 30, 2017 at 11:20 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Pop punk trio Potty Mouth are hitting the road with Partybaby and Tennis System this February. The tour will take the three bands across North America, visiting a healthy selection of States on the way. Check out the full list of dates on the larger tour poster below.
Potty Mouth are currently recording another full length album. Their latest release was the 2016 effort Smash Hit.
Sunday, September 25, 2016 at 12:06 PM (PST) by jaystone
The first handful of live shows after a band releases a new album can, by most accounts, be a bit nerve-wracking. Although times have certainly progressed to the point where all but the most casual of fans have heard a band’s new material in advance (sometimes well in advance) of its actual release, there can still be a bit of trepidation as to how those songs will not only translate live but how they’ll fit in to a set list that includes older material. Rest assured, Against Me! fans; Shape Shift With Me doesn’t just sound great in album form, it absolutely slays live.
A mere three days following the release of their above-mentioned seventh studio album, Against Me! brought the early stages of a two-week Eastern US tour into the familiar confines of Boston’s Royale nightclub. Over the course of a hair over an hour, the foursome’s main set drew heavily from the new album and its predecessor, 2014’s Transgender Dysphoria Blues. Case in point; the first four songs (“True Trans Soul Rebel,” “333,” “12:03” and “Dead Friend”) found the band hitting hard and fast from the word “go.” And that makes sense, obviously. Though Against Me! has a long and storied history and has endured various member changes throughout the years, the current lineup of frontwoman Laura Jane Grace and long-time left hand man James Bowman on guitar, Atom Willard on drums and Inge Johansson on bass is far and away the band’s tightest and most fundamentally solid lineup.
In what has to be seen as a reassuring sign for the band, each of the half-dozen songs that the band ripped through from Shape Shift With Me was met with the same passion and intensity from the constant barrage of crowd surfers (which, by the way, when did the trend of people taking selfies while stage diving start? This really needs to stop. Like, yesterday.) who hung on and chanted every word regardless of which AM! era the song came from.
Direct support came from Potty Mouth, the three-piece (four, if you count the touring guitarist) outfit who cut their teeth in the western part of Massachusetts before just recently moving to California. For the uninitiated, they’re raw without being unhinged, and play a passionate form of grungy post-punk that would have fit in nicely in the 1995 indie music landscape, and yet still sounds new and fresh and interesting in 2016. And apologies to Frameworks, the Gainesville-based five-piece who served as show opener. The relatively early start time, coupled with traffic and “day job” responsibilities resulted in me walking in to the venue as they were walking off stage. Next time, gang.
Take a look at our photo gallery below!
Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 1:20 PM (PST) by The Grace of Laura Jane
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Northampton, MA act Potty Mouth have announced that they will be performing 13 shows on the East Coast, along with opening act Stove, beginning February 22nd. The run comes to an end in their hometown of Boston, MA on March 5th.
Check out all the dates and locations below.
Potty Mouth released their five-song, self-titled EP under their own imprint, Planet Whatever Records in August of 2015.
Thursday, August 6, 2015 at 11:30 AM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
Northampton, MA act Potty Mouth have announced that they will be releasing a self-titled EP this summer. The trio are also streaming the EP’s first single, “Cherry Picking,” which you can listen to here.
Potty Mouth will be released on August 21, 2015 through the band’s own label, Planet Whatever Records. It is the follow up to the band’s debut LP, Hell Bent, which was released on September 17, 2013.