Spanish Love Songs Release New Song "Beer & Nyquil (Hold It Together)"

Spanish Love Songs Release New Song "Beer & Nyquil (Hold It Together)"

Spanish Love Songs Premiere New Song

“Beer & Nyquil (Hold It Together)”

via New Noise Magazine

Schmaltz Out March 30th on A-F Records

Photo Credit: John Lafirira

Spanish Love Songs have just released their new song “Beer & Nyquil (Hold It Together)” via New Noise Magazine. The song comes off of the band’s new album Schmaltz, set to be released on March 30th on A-F Records (US) and Uncle M Records (UK/Europe). Pre-orders for the album are available now on via A-F Records and Uncle M Records.

Hear Spanish Love Songs  “Beer & Nyquil (Hold It Together)” now via New Noise Magazine.

Spanish Love Songs singer Dylan Slocum talked to New Noise about the new song, saying “The song is really a microcosm of my outlook by the end of Schmaltz – it’s about feeling lost, but wanting to get my shit together to forge ahead regardless, since my negativity is a real drag on others. I try to joke about it now, saying it’s a mission statement of sorts for us, but this song hits me hard because its current iteration, and really the final album we’re releasing, almost didn’t happen.” He goes on to tell a story about how the band’s entire course was changed by the 2016 election and a European tour. The full interview can be read now on New Noise.


1. Nuevo
2. Sequels, Remakes, and Adaptions
3. Bellyache
4. Buffalo Buffalo
5. Otis-Carl
6. The Boy Considers His Haircut
7. El Niño Considers His Failures
8. Joana, In Five Acts
9. Beer & Nyquil (Hold It Together)
10. It’s Not Interesting
11. Aloha To No One

Tour dates:
04/11 – Las Vegas, NV – Evel Pie
04/12 – Denver, CO – Streets Of London
04/13 – Kansas City, MO – The Rino
04/14 – Chicago, IL – Downstairs (At Sub-T)
04/15 – Kalamazoo, MI – Shakespeare’s Pub
04/17 – Pittsburgh, PA – The Smiling Moose
04/18 – Toronto, ON – Baby G
04/19 – Montreal, QC – L’esco
04/20 – Philadelphia, PA – Kung Fu Necktie
04/21 – Brooklyn, NY – Cellar Lounge
04/22 – Boston, MA – O’Brien’s Pub
04/25 – Koln, DE – Stereo Wonderland
04/26 – Breda, NL – Claiming The Crown
04/27 – Munster, DE – Uncle M Fest
04/28 – Berlin, DE – Cassiopeia
04/29 – Braunschweig, DE – B58
04/30 – Hamburg, DE – Gangeviertel
05/01 – Prague, CZ – Rock Cafe
05/02 – Wiener Neustadt, AT – Triebwerk
05/03 – Burghausen, DE – Mathilda
05/04 – Montecchio, IT – La Mesa
05/05 – Zurich, CH – Obenuse Fest
05/06 – Koblenz, DE – Circus Maximus
05/07 – Bochum, DE – Rotunde
05/08 – Antwerp, BE – Boukenborgh
05/10 – Lancaster, PA – Lizard Lounge
05/11 – Washington, DC – The Pinch
05/13 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
05/15 – Austin, TX – The Mohawk
05/16 – Dallas, TX – Three Links
05/18 – Phoenix, AZ – The Rebel Lounge
05/19 – San Diego, CA – We’ll Tell You Soon



Spanish Love Songs is a five piece punk band based in Los Angeles, CA. They formed in 2014 after the demise of a previous band and a chance Craiglist post about lonely people looking to go to punk shows. Their sound combines the energy of drunken bar shows with the immediacy of intimate, lived-in lyrics.
Self released in 2015 (and later reissued on Wiretap Records), their first album, Giant Sings the Blues, chronicles singer Dylan Slocum’s mid-twenties through songs about apathy, anxiety, and a slowly disintegrating marriage, all told over fast drums and rousing power chords.

They are currently prepping for the release of their second album on A-F Records (US) & Uncle M Records (UK/EU). The band has spent the past two years expanding their sound both musically and lyrically, as evidenced by the songs on Schmaltz. More anthemic than ever, the band confidently tears through these songs in which Slocum turns his attention inward, trying to find positivity and self-acceptance in a world that doesn’t always feel like home.
It’s new territory for the band of so-called grouch punks, as they try to grow into the best version of the band (& themselves). They’ll try to enjoy it.

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Spanish Love Songs Release New Song "Beer & Nyquil (Hold It Together)"