What we love so much about Frank Turner’s interpretation of “Keira” is you can almost imagine a quiet Tony Sly penning this lullaby for his daughter. It makes us reflect and most of all, it makes us long for Tony. While many in the music community gave Tony Sly nods for his lyrics, they were occasionally muffled by the high energy of NUFAN’s music. Frank’s take (along with many others on the comp) opens a new door to see and really hear just how introspective his songs were. Head to Big Cheese to listen to “Keria” and if you missed the Alkaline Trio’s “Straight from the Jacket” you can check that out here.
Here’s a Spanish interview with Good Riddance in We Live In Hell magazine. Vámonos!
Bad Cop/Bad Cop’s Not Sorry is killing it!
Gentleman Blag: singer, Dwarves; writer, scathing op-eds. This time he takes down the legacy of the losers, the Confederate flag. Duke boys be damned.
Punks In Vegas just posted a new stripped down session with Spike Slawson of Uke Hunt/Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, check it out!
NOFX Backstage Passport 2 has been added to the San Francisco Frozen Film Festival! Get your tickets now!