10 Songs, 29 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

As fitting as record titles come. Written while the band toured in support of their 2015 breakthrough, Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings extends the rush its predecessor triggered with another urgent set of impassioned, Replacements-indebted anthems. “Play it loud, play it fast”, frontman James Alex pleads on “Future Mixtape for the Art Kids”, its thrilling opener. “Play me something that might save my life”.

EDITORS’ NOTES

As fitting as record titles come. Written while the band toured in support of their 2015 breakthrough, Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings extends the rush its predecessor triggered with another urgent set of impassioned, Replacements-indebted anthems. “Play it loud, play it fast”, frontman James Alex pleads on “Future Mixtape for the Art Kids”, its thrilling opener. “Play me something that might save my life”.

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About Beach Slang

Philadelphia's Beach Slang deliver punky indie rock heavily influenced by the songcraft of Paul Westerberg. Formed in 2013 with lead vocalist and guitarist James Alex, guitarist Ruben Gallego, bass player Ed McNulty, and drummer J.P. Flexner, the band released two EPs in 2014: Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? on Dead Broke Rekerds and Cheap Thrills on a Dead End Street for Tiny Engines. They signed with indie powerhouse Polyvinyl in early 2015, and their cathartic full-length debut, The Things We Do to Find People Who Feel Like Us, arrived that October. After the critical acclaim of the album, Beach Slang wasted no time recording their sophomore LP, A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings, which saw release in September 2016. When the time came to tour in support of the album, Flexner parted ways with the group, and multiple guest drummers took turns in his place. ~ Marcy Donelson

  • ORIGIN
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • GENRE
    Alternative
  • FORMED
    2013

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