Fresh off their EP Primitives Desires released this October on Flatspot Records, Baltimore, MD hardcore band JIVEBOMB share a video for the track “Ditz.”
The powerful song focuses on putting yourself first, while the punchy and groove driven riffs are made for dancing in the pit.
The video compiles live footage from the band’s hectic tour schedule this year, and they show zero signs of slowing down. To send off 2022 the band will play a record release show in Baltimore on December 30th followed by a New Year’s Eve show in Brooklyn, NY with Gel.
Jivebomb have also announced a run of East Coast shows in January alongside B.R.A.T., Fraud, Rapid Fire, and Deal With It on select dates before capping off the month in their hometown at Disturbin’ The Peace Festival. All dates below.
Primitive Desires was recorded with producer Matt Redenbo at J. Robbins’ Magpie Cage studio and it was mixed and mastered by Jon Markson (Regulate, Soul Blind). The EP is available now through Flatspot Records.
Jivebomb is Kat – vocals, Harper – guitar, Ethan – bass, Mees – Drums.
Dec 30 – Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar (Record Release)
Dec 31 – Brooklyn, NY @ The Broadway w/ Gel
w/ B.R.A.T. + Fraud
Jan 12 – Boston, MA @ Middle East
Jan 13 – New York, NY @ Project Reach
Jan 14 – Philadelphia, PA @ Foto Club
Jan 15 – New Brunswick, NJ @ Cinco de Mayo
Jan 16 – Richmond, VA @ Powers BMX
Jan 17 – Washington D.C. @ Hell
w/ Rapid Fire and Deal With It
Jan 20 – Raleigh NC @ School Kids Records
Jan 21 – Greenville SC @ Board Riders Club
Jan 27 – Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery – Disturbin’ The Peace Preshow
Jan 28 – Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage – Disturbin’ The Peace Fest
Apr 8 – Brooklyn, NY @ Monarch – Flatspot World
“The whole EP is five songs that are over and done with in less than six minutes, and that’s all the time Jivebomb need to cement this EP as some of the best stuff you’ll hear in this banner year for hardcore.” – BrooklynVegan
“Singer Kat has a tremendous unhinged bark, and the band transitions from all-out sprints to chugging breakdowns with total authority.” – Stereogum
“You won’t find a track longer than 90 seconds when it comes to the Baltimore hardcore-punk band, but their aggressive vocals coupled with punishing percussion make for a captivating listen.” – idobi Radio