The PA act’s last release was “Coming Down” that was released on black numbers July 2017.
Check it out below!
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Brackish released Young People on October 26, 2015.
Friday, October 9, 2015 at 11:30 AM (PST) by Drea
Meet Philadelphia’s Brackish. A new project spearheaded by scene veterans, Brackish combines beloved aspects of 90s emo with modern day punk. The quartet is geating up to release their debut EP “Young People” October 26th with a physical release through Good Sadie Media. Today we are proud to bring you a stream of “Recollection,” which will appear on the upcoming release.
Vocalist/Guitar Connor Byrne says of the track:
“Recollection is about the feeling of waiting for something and then once it arrives, being totally underwhelmed that it is not what you expected. When you’re growing up you wonder what kind of adult you are going to be and how you will be different and most of the time, unbeknownst to most people, the answer is really up to you. There isn’t some exciting launch pad for a lot of people into adulthood, they create their own success and this song is touching on the feeling right before you figure that part out.”
You can give “Recollection” a listen and check out some upcoming tour dates below.
It’s the end of a work week; it’s raising a fist; it’s screaming your lungs out—it’s diving headfirst into a hundred sweaty bodies. South Carolina’s Longshot Odds captures the energy and abandon of a raging pit, a marriage of iron-heavy chords and honey-thick leads—the kind of music where the bruising comes with the chorus. Their new EP, Circle the Drain, is a six-song EP from an exciting new voice in punk rock—but what they bring to the table is more than the same old sounds. From the metallic “Challenger,” to the grandiose and cinematic “Movin’ On,” all the way to the bouncey folk of “Blood and Asphalt”—Longshot Odds bring a diversity to their sound practically unheard of in today's skate punk scene. But above all this, Circle the Drain promises deliverance through rock ‘n roll, and Longshot Odds fight tooth and claw to deliver. The EP, out now on Dying Scene Records, can be streamed here.