Beloved NY pop-punk 5-piece With The Punches is back after a lengthy hiatus. The new track “Almost Everything” is the follow-up to the recently released single “Stoneham Blues,” which marked a new era for the band. Both tracks will appear on the upcoming ‘Discontent’ EP which will be released on May 27 via their new label home, Mutant League Records. Pre-save it HERE
Of the new track, vocalist Jesse Vadala says, “I hate a lot of the posturing and destructive trends in media & music marketing specifically. That kind of puppeteering was the aim of the chorus lyrics specifically while the verses speak a bit more to the long term effects. There is something infinitely cool about writing and creating something in a specific moment of time, that is truly unique to only those in the room or on the field. Music and writing songs with WTP has always felt that way to me. There was no marker to measure against in those rehearsal rooms and because of it, what poured out has only been real.”
With The Punches is regarded as a staple within the emo/pop punk community. Formed in 2008, the band has released three EP’s and one full-length album in that time. Their new EP “Discontent” will be the band’s first release in over 9 years. Recorded and produced by Brendan Williams at Gain Stage Studios, the upcoming EP includes 5 of their most distinguished tracks to date.