WSTR release their debut album 'Red, Green Or Inbetween' on Friday via No Sleep Records, and it's GREAT.
Whether it's on the raging 'Gobshite', ludicrously catchy 'Nail The Casket (Thanks For Nothing)' or the mid-tempo anthem that is 'Eastbound & Down', it's pretty much wall-to-wall modern pop-punk bangers, and you can hear it in full below.
1. Too right you are.
2. You can catch the band on tour with Seaway and The Gospel Youth from next week.
24 - SOUTHAMPTON Joiners
25 - BRISTOL The Fleece
26 - LEEDS The Key Club
27 - GLASGOW Stereo
29 - NEWCASTLE Academy II
30 - MANCHESTER Sound Control
31 - NOTTINGHAM Rock City Basement
01 - NORWICH Epic Studios
02 - BIRMINGHAM Academy III
03 - LONDON Underworld
"It’s so cool to know that people still give a shit," frontman Sammy Clifford tells us in this month's magazine.
"We’ve had time to actually think about songs more. With the EP we just scraped some demos together with no real thought or structure. With ‘Red, Green Or Inbetween’ we worked more on extra guitar and bass bits, and wrote proper songs. It was just a lot more thought out. None of us have ever written a full-length album, so we’re just excited to release a record that we’re super proud of.”
The quotes above are taken from issue 222 of Rock Sound magazine, which is available to order WORLDWIDE from the links below.
On the anniversary of the release of 'Death Of A Bachelor', take a trip intro the Rock Sound archives and to Brendon Urie's house to find out how Panic! At The Disco's latest (maybe greatest?) album came together.