Beach Slang Performing in Pittsburgh Oct 22 @Cattivo

Philadelphia‘s Beach Slang just celebrated the release of their new album A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelingsout now. Last year, the band released their debut album The Things We Do To Find People Like Us. Beach Slang is performing in Pittsburgh on Oct 22 @ Cattivo.

The band has shared the video for their single “Atom Bomb.” Noisey premiered the bombastic track, calling it “the fastest rager from A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings.”
Beach Slang’s second full-length is a crash-and-thunder collection of songs about what it takes to keep yourself going, to make it through the rest of the night-hell, through the rest of your youth-and beyond.  Frontman James Alex wrote much of A Loud Bash Of Teenage Feelings on their first album’s support tour, during which he spent a lot of time with the kids who’d picked up the record.
The band previously shared the song “Punks in Disco Bar”. The video was described byNPR as “…a glimpse into what it’s like to be young, misunderstood and out of place, yet finding belonging in each other. It’s the perfect complement to “Punks In A Disco Bar” and an ode to the motifs and life-affirming mission of Beach Slang.” Watch it HERE.

Nice things said about “Punks in a Disco Bar”;
“The song will certainly be instantly recognizable to fans of the band’s previous work, with the same never-caring, heart-punching, loud-things-loving lyrics and thick Minneapolis-style riffing of Beach Slang’s debut LP – if a touch wearier than last time out.” – Spin 
“the heart-on-the-sleeve punks have already become the kind of band that fans rush to get tattooed all over their bodies. Well, those fans had better make room for some new ink…” 
“We need endorphin-heavy, heart-on-sleeve, major-chord, grin-inducing punk rock right now. I mean we need it. There’s a goddamn duty of care: punk has to hold people to account and spit against authority, but sometimes you need to smile like an idiot and let go.” – Noisey
“This new track seeps with feelings of youth and their accompanying frustration. Very punk guitar drowns the entire two minutes and 41 seconds, and the vocals don’t hold anything back. It’s just what you’d expect from a song called “Punks In A Disco Bar,” and that’s not a bad thing.” WXPN
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Beach Slang continue to tour the world. All North American tour dates HERE:
9/17 — Wilmington, DE — Dogfish Head Analog-a-GoGo @ Bellevue State Park
9/23 — Chicago, IL — Goose Island Beer Co.s Urban Block Party
9/27 — New York, NY — Rough Trade (ALBUM RELEASE SHOW)
10/6 — Boston, MA — Royale%
10/8 — Philadelphia, PA — Project Pabst Citywide Festival @ Electric Factory
10/11 — Washington, DC — Black Cat **
10/12 — Virginia Beach, VA — Shaka’s**
10/13 — West Columbia, SC — New Brookland Tavern**
10/14 — Orlando, FL — Blackbooth**
10/15 — Jacksonville, FL — Jack Rabbits**
10/16 — Atlanta, GA — The Masquerade (Hell)**
10/18 — Nashville, TN — The Basement East**
10/19 — Louisville, KY — Zanzabar**
10/20 — Newport, KY — The Southgate House Revival**
10/21 — Cleveland, OH — Grog Shop**
10/22 — Pittsburgh, PA — Cattivo**
10/24 — Columbus, OH — Rumba Cafe**
10/25 — Bloomington, IN — The Bishop**
10/26 — St. Louis, MO — Old Rock House**
10/28 — Minneapolis, MN — Triple Rock Social Club**
10/29 — Maquoketa, IA — Codfish Hollow**
10/30 — Omaha, NE — Reverb Lounge**
10/31 — Kansas City, MO — The Tank Room**
11/01 — Fayetteville, AR — George’s Majestic Lounge**
11/02 — Oklahoma City, OK — 89th Street Collective**
11/4 — Austin, TX — Sound on Sound Festival
11/5 — Mcdade, TX — Sherwood Forest Faire
 ** w/ Bleached

Dangerkids debut album “Collapse” promises to blow minds.

Collapse, the debut album from the dynamite Ohio based band “Dangerkids”, is promised to blow your mind. With their rap/rock Linkin Park sound, they take the style to the next level by giving the listener a fresh new take at what rock is becoming.

After seeing Dangerkids live on the “Fuck It We’re Done” tour with Attack Attack, the Plot in You, and Get Scared, I have been anxiously anticipating the release of this album and I couldn’t be happier with it. Initially upon hearing this band for the first time I was (like everyone else in the crowd) skeptical, but two songs into their set I was in love. With two strong and captivating male leads and an extremely impressive female drummer this band is not only captivating musically but visually as well. What compelled me the most about this album is that not only does Dangerkids put out heavy songs (like “Countdown” and “We’re all in Danger”) that would get any crowd going; But they also throw out meaningful lyrics for fans to connect with (most noticeable in the songs “Unmade” and “Destroy yourself”). After hearing the few singles that Dangerkids has put out prior to the release I wondered what else they could possibly do with the record. Well let me be the first to tell you that they have outdone themselves. This is a must have album for any fan of Linkin Park or Abandon all Ships.

Dangerkids posted on their Facebook the day of the release and said “Today is a big one for us. A little over a year ago we had an idea: how neat would it be to create a band that brought everything we love about music together. We knew we wanted it to be aggressive and inspiring — honest and sharp. We wanted to stir the emotions the way our favorite bands had done for us. We wanted to create music that could take you places.” And they have.

Track List

1. Countdown
2. Light escapes
3. Hostage
4. We’re all in danger
5. Waking up
6. Destroy yourself
7. Unmade
8. Where the sky breaks
9. Paper thin
10. Fractions
11. Dust
12. Cut me out