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Nashville punk rockers BORDERLINE NATIVES premiere share new honest, heart-on-sleeve album “An Endless Struggle For The Proper State Of Mind”, listen!

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Nashville punks BORDERLINE NATIVES are releasng their new LP ‘An Endless Struggle For The Proper State Of Mind’ this Friday, September 24th, via Manic Kat Records, and today we’re stoked to give you an early listen of the full thing below! Displaying a throwback punk sounds that nods to Authority Zero, Face to Face and Dude Ranch era blink-182, Borderline Natives balance a punk-rock rooted sound with injections of alternative rock taken from both their more present day contemporaries, as well as the 00’s incarnation of the genre.

Since the release of 2019’s debut single “Two Rivers”, Borderline Natives have developed an honest, heart-on-sleeve and frank brand of punk rock. Giving a voice to those who felt like they never belonged or had their heart broken.

The band has also announced their upcoming, 16 date tour across the South and Midwest. GO HERE to see the dates and grab your tickets.

Borderline Natives is: Kevin Barry – Lead Vocals, Guitar, Bobby Groesbeck – Bass, Ivan Ayala – Guitar, Vocals, Kaleb Lubechow – Drums

“This record really started right before quarantine. We had a few songs floating around then we ended up writing the entire record in a couple weeks because we ended up having so much time together. All of the sudden we had a bunch of great songs that we’re stoked about.” – Kevin Barry

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Karol Kamiński

DIY rock music enthusiast and web-zine publisher from Warsaw, Poland. Supporting DIY ethics, local artists and promoting hardcore punk, rock, post rock and alternative music of all kinds via IDIOTEQ online channels.
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