New Noise Magazine is thrilled to bring the newest single from WSTR, “Nail The Casket (Thanks For Nothing).” The band has made a shockwave across the industry with their infectious and memorable melodies. “Nail The Casket” is everything one wants in a pop-punk song, with biting lyrics and punching progressions, it is hard not to have the song’s refrain stuck in one’s head. Also on the WSTR’s side is their bouncy beat, keeping their energy light hearted, full of vigor and joyous. WSTR release their debut LP, Red, Green Or Inbetween via No Sleep Records on January 20th, with songs like “Nail The Casket” showing exactly why this band is a force in the industry.

“‘Nail The Casket’ is a song about bullshit relationships not going anywhere. This song is about argument after argument and standing up to it and leaving it behind. This song is relatable for anybody going through relationship troubles current or previous. The lyric “Id rather disconnect my jaw” is about not be able to go over the same conversation over and over again. so just remember if it ain’t right it ain’t right.” – Sammy

Purchase Red, Green Or Inbetween here.


Tour Dates:
24 January – Southampton – Joiners
25 January – Bristol – Fleece
26 January – Leeds – Key Club
27 January – Glasgow – Stereo
29 January – Newcastle – O2 Academy2
30 January – Manchester – Sound Control
31 January – Nottingham – Rock City Basement
1 February – Norwich – Epic Studios
2 February – Birmingham – O2 Academy3
3 February – London – Underworld


This is a rock n' roll takeover.

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