Stolen Wheelchairs “The America” is the title track to the album of the same name, which will be released on November 13 via State Line Records.

“There’s no pussy-footing around with ‘The America,'” says Oscar Capps. “No wasting time. In and out with a classic punk rock sound.” 
Stolen Wheelchairs play fast, angsty, anthemic hardcore punk with an authenticity that has been lacking in today’s scene. Fans of The Casualties and The Unseen or fellow Philly bands like The Boils and Violent Society will surely perk up seconds into “The America.” When the pandemic is over and people are at punk shows, it’s hard to imagine that a shitload of punks aren’t going to be piling on top of each other to sing along to the melodic “whoas” during fast-paced chorus to this track.
“The America” was recorded DIY at the band’s home before being mixed by Benny Grotto at Mad Oak Studios and mastered by John Naclerio at Nada Recording.
Photo courtesy of State Line Records

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