The Mazlows debut full-length Community Locker updates turn-of-the-century pop-punk with the strength and precision the genre has since adapted.
Across 14 tracks, the Denver band conjure up the light-hearted, high-octane energy of Blink-182, though without all the comic relief, and embed it with pumping guitars and in-your-face vocals.
“The meaning around the title Community Locker bends around our nostalgia for our younger selves and coming to terms with adulthood,” says vocalist/guitarist Nate Hout. “In high school, we had the notorious ‘Community Locker’ that anyone could open. I would call it half senior prank, half social experiment.”