Originally meant as a way to keep busy when Off With Their Heads was forced to cancel their tour, the band’s new stripped down, acoustic record is truly worth a listen. The album was recorded in a friend’s basement and features originals as well as covers (Shel Silverstein and Shudder to Think). The band describes the album as “a collection of songs (that) shows a punk band allowing influences of indie rock, Motown and folk to boil up to the top.” Play!
TRY: 1, 4, 5, 8
RIYL: Dear Landlord, The Falcon, Banner Pilot