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Flatfoot 56 perfect folk-punk

Flatfoot 56 has been a hard-working band for better than a decade, playing hardcore Celtic punk with lyrics that effortlessly roll along like brawny folk songs. Toil is a fiercely honest album. It's down to earth enough that people can relate; upbeat enough to keep them on their feet. The lead track, Brother, Brother, is especially solid, a raucous intervention song of sorts with growls, shouts, gang vocals, and furious guitars.

Circle pit to Old Gospel...

Never thought it would happen but they have yet again proved that Flatfoot 56 is a band that is here to stay forever. Having just seen them live two weeks ago, to those who wonder, yes, it is possible to have a mosh pit to "Ill Fly Away".... Great band, great message, kicks butt and takes names all day.

5 Stars!!

What a unique band, with a great message! They combine faith, with the ol' Irish spirit.


Formed: 2000 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in 2000 by siblings Tobin (vocals/guitar), Justin (drums), and Kyle Bawinkel (bass), Chicago-based Celtic punk outfit Flatfoot 56 grew from a straight-up punk trio into a hard-hitting, Flogging Molly/Dropkick Murphys-inspired Oi! rock outfit with the additions of Highland piper Eric McMahon and mandolin/guitar player Brandon Good. The band released its debut album, Rumble of 56, in 2002 with Waves of War arriving the following year. 2004’s Knuckles Up became the group’s biggest seller yet,...
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