Checkout the grimy, punk punk sounds of Blowout on their awesome rerelease album, “No Beer, No Dad” Redux, out January 10 via Lauren Records.

Blowout formed in early 2014 among the moldy furniture and piles of beer cans in their Portland, Oregon, basement where they recorded their first E, We All Float Down Here. Influenced by the uncommon tunings and noodling guitars of 90s emo, Blowout began writing their LP “No Beer, No Dad” in early 2015. Their songs are a sad celebration of their shared experiences of busted couches, chipped teeth, and breakups. Blowout are Laken Wright, Nick Everett, Brennan Facchino and Travis King

“The guitars and bass all feel more full and level with each other,” the band says of the new, rereleased version. “The guitars felt somewhat muddled into each other in the old versions, and they stand out on their own now while still blending and complementing each other, which is nice to hear, almost, weaving or dancing with each other at times.”

Preorder the album here. 


Addison is reviews and online news editor for New Noise. She specializes in metal, queer issues, and dog cuddles.

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