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Three years since their full-length debut emerges Death On Wednesday's Songs to To. This five-song set finds the band honing their rowdy punk style, but this time around Death On Wednesday is a bit more endearing, and a bit more charming. Nate Lawler might be a vocal growler, but there's a crooner creeping out on Songs to To. From the rockabilly-like romp of "Simple Life'," to the acoustic riffs of "Sympathy," Death On Wednesday's punk rock heart is nursing some pretty serious wounds over failed relationships and painful breakups. It's not overly sentimental or gushing, for Death On Wednesday are strict in presentation and production. Songs to To is imaginatively sweet and a solid filler in between albums.

Biography

Formed: 1998 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Comfortable in both the indie rock and Orange County punk communities, Death on Wednesday added a dose of dark introspection to their brand of SoCal punk-pop. Composed of guitarist/vocalist Nate Lawler, guitarist Jeff Saenz, bassist Kevin Smith, and drummer Jorma Vik, the group was originally dubbed the Redliners, and developed a strong local following in the Orange County area. After a name change, Death on Wednesday signed with the SideCho label and recorded their debut album. Produced by Trever...
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