Up until now, out of the 14 songs on our new album, there has been only one which didn’t have a video on YouTube. Finally, here it is, the missing link, a mash-up music video for a spy-themed surf punk song inspired by recent Russian-British espionage mysteries (the Litvinenko and Skripal cases) and le Carré novels. Vodka or cider? Polonium or Novichok? Choose your poison!
We have a new music video for Nightbreed! Time travel to pre-quarantine times with a bipolar alien:
And our 5th album is also out! It’s called Trolls In Suits. It has 14 songs, most of which came out as singles earlier, but there’s at least one song you haven’t heard yet:
There are a lot of conspiracy theories and fake news being shared on social media regarding the Corona virus. This song makes fun of these. We do take the virus seriously and recommend you to do so as well. Don’t panic and don’t make others panic either! Stay at home, keep washing your hands and everything will be alright.
We have a new song called Nightbreed. It’s a surf punk tune influenced by bands like FIDLAR, Rat Boy and Wavves. Music video coming soon!
2018 was a turbulent year, and our drummer troubles continued in 2019. By March, we had to realize that another change was necessary. We were in a tough situation with a strict deadline to record 2 songs for Cleopatra Records and get ready for important gigs. Luckily, Danny came to the rescue and he even turned out to be able to book gigs, which was a much needed superpower in this band.
In August, we released Come Back Joe Strummer, a fundraiser song for the Joe Strummer Foundation, who even shared the song on their website.
In October, Jason Ruined My Halloween came out on PUNK ROCK HALLOWEEN II – LOUDER, FASTER & SCARIER, followed by When Johnny Saved Christmas on PUNK ROCK CHRISTMAS 2 in November. Both these songs performed really well on Spotify, contributing to a record amount of streams this year.
Finally, we released the mash-up video of Minor Problem in December, and within just 2 weeks the video (and even more so its Hungarian version) got a record amount of YouTube likes and comments.
We have recorded 2 more songs that we’re planning to release next year, and these will also be part of our next album.
We have played 9 gigs this year at some really cool venues, with some of the most popular Hungarian punk rock bands, and we returned to Austria and Slovenia as well.
So that was 2019. Happy New Year!