Bridge Nine Records

Beach Slang 'MPLS' QUP001

Since 2014 Beach Slang's brand of punk tinged rock & roll has catapulted them into being one of the most recognizable and exciting names in underground music today. With a string of albums on beloved emo/indie institution Polyvinyl and even more EPs under their belt, Beach Slang are ready to unleash their next EP, 'MPLS' via Quiet Panic / Bridge Nine. Dubbed as a 'thank you' to Minneapolis, the EP was produced by Goo Goo Dolls bassist Robby Takac and features Beach Slang's take on Bob Mould and Paul Westerberg songs, respectively.

"This is the spot where my favorite rock & roll found its snot, where the tossed-away found a place to get untossed. […] It felt like the right way to tell a whole city ‘thanks for showing me the way,” explains James Alex. “Westerberg taught me how to write with defiance and tenderness, how to be a dope and a poet. Husker Du showed me how to make it all loud as hell."

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