The Descendents will release 9th and Walnut on July 23rd. Today they’ve shared the new song “Baby Doncha Know” and talked to Rolling Stone about the upcoming release:
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The resulting album — which spans more than 40 years, from songwriting through recording, mixing, and release — is a sort of Descendents prequel that finally lets us hear the band in its most stripped-down and innocent form. And, aside from the four-and-a-half–minute Fat EP, it will stand as the only other Descendents release ever to feature the Aukerman/Navetta/Lombardo/Stevenson lineup that recorded Milo Goes to College.
“During this Covid time, it’s a good place to put this album out and let people enjoy it and have a little fun with it, and then we go back to our regularly scheduled programming, so to speak,” Stevenson says with a laugh.
Milo Aukerman of the Descendents has debuted his new solo ukulele material under the name RebUke, Today he’s shared three new songs from a new 7″ EP. Read More “Milo Aukerman Debuts Solo Uke Project”
The Descendents have shared a new ukulele version of “Hope.” The song comes from an upcoming tribute album to the late Sublime frontman Bradley Nowell titled The House That Bradley Built. Read More “Descendents Share Ukulele Version of “Hope””
Descendents’ new album, Hypercaffium Spazzinate, can be streamed at NPR. The album comes out next week.
Descendents are streaming their new song “Without Love” from their upcoming album Hypercaffium Spazzinate. The album is due on July 29th via Epitaph Records.
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The Descendents will release their new album Hypercaffium Spazzinate on July 29th. You can find the track listing and stream the new song “Victim of Me” below.
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