Choked Up present “Home,” the latest track from Dichoso Corazon, being self-released on October 28, 2019, with a cassette release through Get Better Records. The new single about getting rid of toxic hopes and affiliations and retreating to the things that serve you. “Home” is where your soul can thrive and breathe all at once, and you’re no longer chasing ghosts or assholes.

“This is a video about getting rid of toxic hopes and affiliations and retreating to the things that serve you,” the band says. “‘Home’ is where your soul can thrive and breathe all at once, and you’re no longer chasing ghosts or assholes. ”

‘Home’ will be one of 11 tracks on Dichosa Vida, Choked Up’s upcoming full-length. Snag the album here. 

About the band:

Choked Up are a melodic punk telenovela about reclaiming your brain and crushing in the dystopia who formed in 2017 over tears, beers, and empanadas in New York City. Choked Up is fronted by veteran punk artist, writer, and former Homewreckers’ frontwoman, Cristy C. Road, and features Rachel Alicea Gibbons on Lead Guitar, Wes Ruiz on drums, and Rose Kaplan Bomberg on Bass. With influences ranging from Green Day to The Go-Go’s; and Broadway musicals to Metallica – they’ve cultivated a vein of music that honors the deepest parts of their souls while shitting on the latest trend.

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