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Music Video: The Frights – “Kids” off new album “You Are Going to Hate This”

San Diego surf punks The Frights recently released their newest album, “You Are Going to Hate This”, last month on Dangerbird Records.

Today the band has premiered a new music video for their “Kids”, which you can check out below.

Additionally, you can stream “You Are Going to Hate This” here.

The band is currently on tour in the US and Canada, dates and locations of which can be seen below.

The group’s latest release was a split EP with LA’s Death Lens in 2014.



The Frights release “You Are Going to Hate This”

San Diego surf punks The Frights have released their new album, You Are Going to Hate This, on Dangerbird Records today.  You can stream the 10-track album here, or pick up a copy here.

The group’s latest release was a split EP with LA’s Death Lens in 2014.

The Frights will be kicking off a tour of the Midwest and West tomorrow, and you can find all the dates below.



Live Video: The Frights – “You Are Going To Hate This”

San Diego surf punkers The Frights have just released a live video for their new single “You Are Going To Hate This.”

Check it out here.

The group’s latest release was a split EP with LA’s Death Lens in 2014.



Music Video: The Frights – “Crust Bucket”

San Diego surf punkers The Frights have just released a music video for their track “Crust Bucket” off their 2013 self-titled album, which was released via Postmark Records. You can check out the video below.

The extras featured in the filmed were all local fans of the rising southern California group.

The group’s latest release was their 2-track “Tongues/Puppy Knuckles”, although tomorrow they release a split EP with LA’s Death Lens, another folk and surf punk group with a similar retro style. You can preorder the split below.



The Frights (surf punk) release new tracks

San Diego surf punk band The Frights has just released a set of new tracks available for streaming and purchase. You can listen to the tracks, entitled “Tongues” and “Puppy Knuckles”, below.

The Frights are a unique three-piece that mix a rough, surf sound with a 1950’s flair. In their words, they are a band suited for a “1950’s underwater Halloween party”. The group made their debut on the San Diego scene under the name Black Hootie in late 2012 when they played their first show as an opener for Voodoo Glow Skulls and have since played with a number of notable bands, including Bad Religion.

This two-song release is a follow-up to a number of releases in 2013, the latest of which was their self-titled album released in October 2013.