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Family Meeting release final EP “Walk Left/Stand Right”

Toronto melodic punks Family Meeting have released their final EP Walk Left/Stand Right, which is out now Thousand Island Records. The band announced recently that they were to split after the release.

Have a listen on Spotify.

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Family Meeting to split after release of upcoming EP

Toronto melodic punks Family Meeting are to call it quits after the release of their upcoming EP Walk Left/Stand Right, which is out November 29th on Thousand Island Records.  The band have released a statement about the split, which you can read below.

The EP is the below up to 2017’s No One Cares ‘Til You’re Dead. You can have a listen to advance track “Four Months of Rain” now.



Family Meeting (melodic) streaming single “Four Months of Rain” off upcoming EP “Walk Left/Stand Right”

 

Toronto melodic punks Family Meeting are streaming their first single “Four Months of Rain” off of their upcoming EP Walk Left/Stand Right. The band recently had a shuffle as their lead singer Josh Riley had to head back to the land of Oz and has been replaced with bassist Davey Knight on vocals.

Check out the new single below.

This is the follow-up to 2017’s No One Cares ‘Til You’re Dead. No word on when the new EP will be released yet, but the band has just signed with Thousand Island Records.  



Family Meeting announce new EP, sign to Thousand Islands Records

Toronto melodic punks Family Meeting have just announced that they will be have joined the Thousand Islands Records army and will be releasing a new EP later this year under their new ranks. Despite the departure of frontman, Josh Riley, the new EP will offer a new look into bassist Davey Knight stepping up as vocalist.

The five piece last released their EP, “No One Cares ‘Til You’re Dead” in April 2017.

 



Family Meeting (melodic punk) streaming debut EP “No One Cares ‘Til You’re Dead”

Earlier this month we did a Band Spotlight on a new melodic punk band called Family Meeting. Today the Canadian 5-piece released their debut EP No One Cares ‘Til You’re Dead.

If you’re a fan of melodic punk with a healthy dose of gang vocals and tight instrumentation, I recommend giving the EP a listen below. Digital and CD copies are available on Bandcamp.



Family Meeting (melodic-punk) debut song “Bring A Friend To Work Day” from upcoming EP “No One Cares Till Your Dead”

Canadian melodic punks Family Meeting are streaming the song “Bring A Friend To Work Day” from their debut album “No One Cares Till Your Dead”. The album is set to be released on April 28 through the bands bandcamp page.

You can check out the song here.

The band has announced a few tour dates with Canadian punk mainstays Mute in support of the album. Check out the tour dates below.

 



Introducing New Melodic Punk Act: Family Meeting

Once again Canada asserts its dominance in the melodic/skate punk scene by churning out yet another awesome new up and comer for us to keep on our radars. Family Meeting is a Toronto 5 piece consisting of scene veterans from bands like Overtime Heroes and IVS, and proudly claiming to be 1/5 Australian.  The band just wrapped up recording their debut EP “No One Cares ‘Til Your Dead”, which from the musicianship and production quality feels more like a 3rd or 4th release from a tenured Fat Wreck band than a self funded first effort. At least that’s my impression after listening to the album’s first song “It’s Turbo Time” 5 times in a row. If you dig gang vocals and tight, technical dual guitar riffage than I suggest you check them out here.