We're so excited to premiere Season 2 of our Quiet Country Audio Sessions. Kicking it off is a 4 song session with Sainthood Reps that is just absolutely fantastic which captures the raw energy and emotion of the band. You can watch the videos in the replies and grab the audio on Bandcamp. You can watch previous sessions on the website.
Aside from the fact that this is Tigers Jaw’s final tour for who knows how long, I think the diversity of this tour is what makes it stand out. Dad Punchers loud version of indie-rock fits very well with Tigers Jaw’s indie influence meets old-fashioned emo/pop-punk style. Sainthood Reps old-school distortion-using jams bring another flavor to the menu, while Pianos Become The Teeth emotion-infused hardcore tears apart the stage. Even though Tigers Jaw are calling it quits for now, their legacy won’t be left in the dark, as they’ve paved the way for many more bands to...
Night Verses will play their second show this Friday in New York, with support from Tidal Arms and Sainthood Reps - check the replies for details. The band also has a big announcement planned for 11:30 EST next Monday.
Sainthood Reps' "DINGUS" is now available for download on both iTunes and Amazon MP3. You can read my review of Monoculturehere. The album will hit your ears August 9 via Tooth and Nail Records. Pre-orders for the album can be found here.
Now that you've already heard the title track from Sainthood Reps' debut album, Monoculture, you can stream another new song from the record, "Dingus" in the replies. Monoculture will be released August 9 via Tooth & Nail.
Today we're bringing you the title track off of Sainthood Reps' debut album out on Tooth and Nail August 9. Monoculture is ten tracks of noise, aggression and alternative throwback that's similar to the band's friends Balance and Composure and Daisy-esque Brand New. Head to the band's profile to check the song out, and hit the replies with what you think.
Photos of last night's "Sons Modern New Years Party" featuring The Sleeping, Glassjaw, Sainthood Reps, and Harvard, taken by Dana Cama, can be seen here. More photos coming soon, so be sure to check back.