We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Less Miserable and Detractions new split EP (listen below), which is scheduled to be officially released on March 30, 2019 through Rhodehouse Records. You can purchase the split digitally and on colored vinyl here.
Catch the EP release show on March 30th at The Palomino Smokehouse and Social Club in Calgary, Alberta. You can RSVP to the event, as well as find more info, via the Facebook event page.
Less Miserable commented on their half of the split, saying: “A song about mental illness, a song about poverty, and a song about recovery; this is punk rock with a simple message: ‘Give Up.'”
Detractions commented: “These garage demons want you to know that the world is ending and that’s great! Whether it’s reflecting on personal faith, dwelling on relationship insecurities, or reveling in personal struggles, it’s okay to Smile & Nod – and rock and roll.”
About Less Miserable:
Alt-Punk band founded by James Martens and Alastair McLeod. The band’s sound is based on classic pop-punk riffs and hooks mixed with unconventional songwriting and structure.
Fusing 50’s surf reverb with the angular riffs of 60’s garage rock, 70’s punk snarl with alternative crunch, the fizzy rock and roll of Detractions is guaranteed to make you do the lucid shake all night long.