Year Of Glad (mems of Nona, Thin Lips, Mike Bell & The Movies) stream single off new EP, all proceeds from pre-orders going towards victims of the Orlando shooting.
Year Of Glad Stream “Smoke Whips” via The AV Club
I Don’t Know Where I Am Either Out July 15th
on Lame-O Records
EP Now Available For Pre-Order, All Proceeds Go Towards Victims Of Orlando
Photo Credit: William Lloyd
Year Of Glad are now streaming their new single “Smoke Whips” via The AV Club. The song comes off of the band’s new EP I Don’t Know Where I Am Either, coming to Lame-O Records on July 15th. Pre-orders for the EP are now available via Lame-O Records for pay-what-you-want, and include a digital download of the first single “Keeping A Peace.” All proceeds from pre-orders now through release day will be donated to the victims of the Pulse night club shooting in Orlando and their families via the LGBT organization The Center. More information on The Center, as well as information on how to donate directly can be found here. A quote from the band can be found below.
“To our friends in Orlando who are suffering, our hearts are with yours. You have supported the Philadelphia music scene for the better part of a decade through shows/floors/friendship; we are nothing without community and when others hurt, it affects us all. Thanks for listening to our music and please help if you can.” – Year Of Glad.
Year Of Glad contain a star-studded cast of Philly punk rockers. With Mimi Gallagher of Nona and Chris Diehm of Thin Lips switching off on dual vocals, Biff Swenson of Yawn Mower and Mike Bell of Mike Bell & The Movies, Year Of Glad is the formation of a bunch of incredible songwriters, coming together for some good, old fashioned punk rock, filled with crunchy guitars and killer harmonies.
In 2015, Year Of Glad released their debut self-titled EP via Lame-O Records. Now, the band comes with their follow up I Don’t Know Where I Am Either, ready to knock out their blend of pop, punk and alternative rock.
I Don’t Know Where I Am Either tracklist:
2. Smoke Whips
3. Keeping A Peace