Posts Tagged ‘Beach Slang’

NEWS: Quiet Slang (Alex James of Beach Slang) details debut album!

Back in 2016, when Philadelphia punk rock ‘n’ rollers Beach Slang were on the brink of breaking up (they pretty much did it onstage), frontman Alex James performed a few solo shows under the slightly adjusted moniker of Quiet Slang whilst the group cooled off and calibrated.

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NEWS: The Front Bottoms, Black Peaks and more join 2000 Trees Festival 2017!

Already boasting a line-up that includes Slaves, Dinosaur Pile-Up, Jamie Lenman, and a bunch more, the organisers of 2000 Trees Festival have gone and made another line-up announcement. Confirmed to joining the bill will be The Front Bottoms, Black Peaks, The Wonder Years, and more.

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NEWS: Green Day headline British Summer Time Hyde Park on July 1st 2017!

They’re heading over for a UK tour in less than a week, but now Green Day and a bunch of support acts have been confirmed to appear at this year’s British Summer Time Hyde Park, presented by Barclaycard.

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NEWS: Beach Slang detail second volume of ‘Here, I Made This For You’ covers mixtape!

Following on from its first installment last year, punk rockers Beach Slang have confirmed the next volume in their covers mixtape series, ‘Here, I Made This For You’. The new mixtape is set for release on super limited cassette tape on February 10th 2017 via Big Scary Monsters.

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NEWS: Beach Slang part ways with guitarist Ruben Gallego amid sexual assault allegations!

Amid a flow of allegations of sexual assault coming to light recently, Philadelphia based punk rockers Beach Slang have announced that they’ve decided to part ways with guitarist, Ruben Gallego. The band confirmed this news via their official Facebook and Twitter accounts.

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ALBUM: Beach Slang – A Loud Bash Of Teenage Feelings

Release Date: September 23rd 2016
Label: Big Scary Monsters


Beach Slang haven’t taken a breath since James Alex created the band in 2013 following the break-up of his old band, Weston. With their debut album ‘The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us’ out just less than a year ago, ‘A Loud Bash Of Teenage Feelings’ continues on the same themes and sounds that the Philadelphia band introduced during their inception; punk infused, heart on your sleeve, honest music perfect to lose yourself in.

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VIDEO: Beach Slang – Atom Bomb

Philadelphian punk rockers Beach Slang have released a new video to accompany ‘Atom Bomb’, the second single to be lifted from their hugely anticipated sophomore album ‘A Loud Bash Of Teenage Feelings’ (out September 23th on Big Scary Monsters Records).

The video depicts a dysfunctional relationship in all its glory and misery and, just like the video for band’s previous single ‘Punks In A Disco Bar’,  it is shot on 8mm film and directed by Jason Lester. You can watch it below:

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VIDEO: Beach Slang – Punks In A Disco Bar

Punk rockers Beach Slang have just unveiled a new video to accompany their song ‘Punks In A Disco Bar’, the first single to be cut and lifted from the band’s forthcoming sophomore full-length effort, ‘A Loud Bash Of Teenage Feelings’.

You can stream and watch the video for ‘Punks In A Disco Bar’ via the embedded player below:

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NEWS: Beach Slang detail new album, ‘A Loud Bash Of Teenage Feelings’!

Philadelphian trio Beach Slang have detailed the forthcoming release of their sophomore LP ‘A Loud Bash Of Teenage Feelings’.

The record is slated for a September 23rd release via Big Scary Monsters, and below you can find the artwork, track-list and a stream of the bands brand new single ‘Punks In A Disco Bar’:

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NEWS: Beach Slang part ways with drummer, JP Flexner!

Beach Slang drummer and founding member JP Flexner has announced his departure from the band via his personal Facebook page.

Stating that “…it feels damn good to once again focus my attention on the Design & Illustration career I built before I started Beach Slang’, he has also hinted at the possibility of joining another projects, saying that he ‘…can’t imagine not still beating the heck out of [his] drums’. You can read JP Flexner’s full farewell post below:

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