UPDATE: The free downloads are gone, but the EP is still available on iTunes. You can download their previous album, Delightfully Pleased, for free here.
Punchline are so delightfully pleased with the response to their new EP, So Nice To Meet You, that they are giving it away to AP.net readers. The first 37 people to e-mail TDR Records will receive a free copy. Don't forget to tune into Mobbed tonight on Fox to see the band!
The Punchline album hit #1 on the "rock charts" and has climbed as high as #7 on the overall charts. They're still aiming for #1 overall though, so ... figured I'd make another post about grabbing it here. Doing what we can to help.
2011 was a banner year for Punchline, but 2012 is already off to a great start for the Pennsylvania pop punk underdogs. They will release a new EP, So Nice To Meet You, tomorrow via their own Modern Short Stories. Founding member Chris Fafalios made the courageous ultimatum that he would put down his bass for good if the EP did not make it to #1 on iTunes. We don't want to see that happen, so we have the first song, "Universe," streaming on the band's AP.net profile to give you a taste of how good it is. Be sure to support them by picking up a copy tomorrow, and then tune into Mobbed on Fox this Wednesday to see frontman Steve Soboslai talk about his feelings on national TV.
Chris Fafalios (Punchline) clarifies his recent statement about quitting his band if they fail to reach #1 on iTunes. A video explanation including a mention of AbsolutePunk reactions can be seen here.
Chris Fafalios posted a new song entitled "The World Won't Wait For You" on soundcloud. You can also pick up his band Punchline's latest album, Delightfully Pleased, in a number of unique packages here.
Happy birthday to Punchline's Steve Soboslai. Leave him well wishes in the replies. In celebration of this momentous holiday, Steve posted a new Blue of Colors song entitled "Happy As We Are (Edward Norton)" on soundcloud.
Punchline did something a bit unorthodox for their backstage sessions: after their set, they sat on the stage and played a couple of acoustic tunes for the remaining audience. In addition to performing their song "Whatever I Want, Whenever I Want," the band's punk alter-egos, The Vipers, took over to play "PMFA." Head to the replies for the videos.
Punchline are touring with I Call Fives and Bright and Early this April. This is the band’s first time in the Northeast in support of their latest album, Delightfully Pleased. All dates and information in the replies.