RIYL: Weird Al fronting Green Day
Label: Greenway Records
New York pop punk trip The Young Rochelles hold a special place in Greenway Records’ heart. ¬†They were the label’s first release in 2015, and 2 years and 29 releases later, we’ve got their vinyl return with three brand new tracks. ¬†Each no more than a minute and a half, this is pop punk bubble gum at its sugariest. ¬†If Weird Al dropped the accordian, stabbed¬†Billie Joe Armstrong in the throat with a dull deer antler and then took over Green Day as the frontman, you might get something that sounds like The Young Rochelles.
To celebrate the reunion, Greenway is producing a beautiful splatter vinyl variant with a hand-printed sleeve. ¬†Those will run you $12. ¬†If all you care about is the music, then grab the clear vinyl version for $8. ¬†Both options are limited to 100 copies. ¬†Check out the video for the title track below and pick your poison after the ‘buy’ link.
Clear Vinyl - $8 - limited to 100
Blood & Bones Splatter w/ hand-printed & numbered cover- $12 - limited to 100
Both Version Bundle (2 records) - $19.99
Splatter edition come with Dan Curran hand printed cover!
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive