Citizen, Light Years, Anchorhead, Drug Church
951 Frankford Ave
Philadelphia, PA, 19125
Doors 6:30PM / Show 7:00PM
Turnover is a fast and to the point, punk band based out of Virginia Beach. Their debut self titled EP consists of 5 songs, totaling at just under fourteen minutes. With honest lyrics, and simple but catchy riffs, the EP is solid beginning to end. Turnover is sure to be one of this year's best upcoming bands.
Citizen is a punk/indie band that hails from Toledo, Ohio. With some of their members still in high school, to date they’ve released “The Only Place I Know”, a split EP with local friends The Fragile Season [Either/Or Records], which was met with great reviews. Their song “Tracking Time” was included on the compilation “Vs The Earthquake”, released after the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan in early 2011.
The band released their debut EP, entitled “Young States” (recorded by Jay Maas at The Getaway Recording Studio), digitally on September 1st, 2011 and will be releasing the 12″ LP in January 2012 via Either/Or Records and UK-based City Of Gold Records.
Signing to Mightier Than Sword at the end of 2011, Citizen will also be entering the studio in mid-January to record two tracks for an upcoming split with Virginia Beach, VA-based Turnover, to be released Spring 2012 via Mightier Than Sword/Broken Rim Records. With infectious melodies and a passionate live show, Citizen is poised to be a name you won’t soon forget.
Ohio Pop Punk
Anchorhead is a rock/pop-punk from Perkasie, PA. We started in 2011 and released a four song demo/ep, A Room to Stay, in September 2011. Members include Jake Clarke, John Schiavone, Mike Klophaus, and Christian Ventriglia.
Members of Self Defense Family/End of a Year on No Sleep Records.
Drug Church is the sound of “some college” and a delivery job. It’s what happens when you strip any pretense from music and are left with a room full of dudes with weird bodies and tenuous futures.
Pulling liberally from Seaweed, Quicksand, and Kerosene 454, the band fully embraces its hardcore-dudes-trying-to-play-alt-rock influences.
No heavy trips about how you should live. No white-guy slam poetry about love. Just music you can pushpit and stagedive to so you can forget for a moment that you have eczema and work at Pizza Hut. ACTUAL punk music for ACTUAL disaffected weirdos.
-Cory, Chris, Patrick, Nick
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