Just when you thought punk might be floundering, just when you thought the scene might be growing stale, Problem Daughter is here to renew your faith and become your new favorite band. We’re pleased to be bringing you the premiere of their new track “Dracula On A Budget” (listen below). The song is taken from the band’s forthcoming album Fits Of Disorganized Boredom, out February 24th through Dying Scene Records.
The band comments on the track:
“At the core of the song it’s about being in Problem Daughter. It’s about being stuck in a small town, a dead end job, or in the same old routine. On the opposite end of the spectrum it’s about being able to escape all of that by writing and playing music with your best friends.”
On Fits Of Disorganized Boredom, the Salt Lake City punks deftly meld the melodic punk earnestness of The Flatliners, with the grand arrangements of Morning Glory. Pop hooks and twisted song structures coalesce into something immediately disarming and stickier than super glue. The harmonies ascend. The riffs crunch, noodle, and chug, while the lyrics cut cut fresh and deep– all to prove that there are still new songs to sing and new talent to sing them.