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Gritty punk rockers NEEDLES//PINS streaming new record Good Night, Tomorrow!

NEEDLES PINS
Canadian pop tinged punk rockers NEEDLES//PINS have returned from 3-year hiatus and just dropped their 3rd album called Good Night, Tomorrow. The trio also shared a video for the the track “Miracle”! The record blends the band’s loose observations with deep seated emotions and melodies that are more and more infectious with each spin. Watch and listen below and grab your copy via Dirt Cult Records and Mint Records.

Catch the band live on July 18th in Vancouver, BC at The Cobalt with ROYAL HEADACHE and FASHIONISM.

Vancouver power-trash trio Needles//Pins began in 2009 as an excuse for three friends to hang out. Two LPs and a handful of 7 inch singles later the band has come a long way but are still, at their core, a few friends having fun. 2017 sees the band set to release their 3rd LP Good Night, Tomorrow on Mint Records. The record is a progression both musically and lyrically from their older material while still maintaining the hook-centric philosophy of their previous releases. The band has become legendary in Vancouver for wild shows and gruff but catchy punk rock melodies. They draw from classic punk roots like the wiry pop of The Buzzcocks and the gravely anthems of Stiff Little Fingers, but have a unique West Coast approach that would align them with the catchiest of the Lookout! or Dirtnap Records catalog. Though none of the band’s songs overstay their welcome, you’ll find yourself humming one of their hooks days after seeing them play or hearing the record.

Recorded with Jesse Gander (Japandroids, White Lung) in Vancouver at Rain City Recorders, the record shows an organic growth from the power pop of their previous two albums. Guitarist and singer Adam Solomonian’s voice is gruffer from playing hundreds of shows, and you can see a richer appreciation of the group’s influences such as Jawbreaker and the Replacements at play in the song writing. Tony Dubroy’s solid bass lines and Macey Budgell’s heavy drumming combine to form a powerful rhythm section that perfectly complement Solomonian’s simple-but-pointed guitar playing.

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