Beach Slang will be releasing a second compilation of cover songs, Here, I Made This For You, on January 20th.
Ex-Beach Slang guitarist, Ruben Gallego, has responded in regard to being asked to leave the band. The statement can be found below.
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Beach Slang have parted ways with guitarist Ruben Gallego following sexual assault allegations. The full statement from the band can be found below.
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Beach Slang covered the Japandroids’ “Younger Us” for an upcoming Polyvinyl Records compilation. You can stream that below.
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Beach Slang are streaming their new album over at NPR.
Beach Slang will release their new album A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings on September 23rd. The first single “Punks in a Disco Bar” can be streamed below and pre-orders are now up.
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Quite a few reports are coming in that say things did not go well at Beach Slang’s show in Salt Lake City last night:
Rumors are running rampant that Philly Replacements revivalists Beach Slang broke up onstage last night at their show at Salt Lake City’s Kilby Court. Fans who were at the show describe a scene where frontman James Alex announced onstage that this would be their last show and the crowd would be given refunds at the door.
Update: The band have updated their Facebook page and are not breaking up:
Salt Lake, for the car crash last night and Boise, for fumbling on you, I am gigantically sorry—even bigger than that. I am going to make good on making it up to you. Cross my heart. This, and all of you, mean too much to me. I love you with thunder. I love you all the way. So, yeah, Seattle, we are still coming to your good city, wild-eyed and ready, our hearts bashed back into shape. If you’re still in, we are.
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