“Suburban Jungle”, the newest single from Long Island, NY based emotive indie punk rock band THE TIN CAN COLLECTIVE is a critical yet sentimental take on suburban life through all of its ugliness, absurdity, and strange beauty. Today, we’re stoked to give you its first official listen, along with the band’s commentary and more details about their great new LP “Axiomatic Alarm Clock“, coming up on July 16th!
A little emo, a little bit folk, some punk, and always earnest, the band is considered a “band’s band” because of their cult following and chaotic live shows. Axiomatic Alarm Clock explores the struggle to find meaning in a 40 hour workweek. It’s blue collar, relatable, just the right amount of angry.
“Suburban Jungle” marks the second single off the album and a great way to get to know your new favorite band from Long Island. The first single “In Is Out” can be heard below.
John Warren started the Tin Can Collective in 2011 as a recording project, enlisting a rotating cast of friends to complete the outfit.
Among the ragtag group were Jess Warren (John’s sister and co-writer on many of the songs) and Ken Russo, who both quickly moved from frequent collaborators to fulltime members. Brian Kish joined the band in 2017, and Nick Femister joined shortly thereafter, rounding out the lineup.
Always pure of heart and full of intention, The Tin Can Collective has schlepped around the country in a rented minivan, playing their brand of beer-soaked indie emo punk for anyone who would listen. They quickly became cult favorites for their chaotic live shows and became what could be described as “a band’s band.”
Axiomatic Alarm Clock addresses the perils of adulthood and the struggle to find meaning in a 40 hour work week. The band’s fourth album is their most focused and biting set of songs to date.
Look for Axiotmatic Alarmc Clock everywhere on July 16th 2021.