We Won't March (EP)
by Speaker Speaker
Burning Building Records
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Colin McBride -- Vocals, Guitars
Danny Oleson -- Bass
Jasen Samford -- Drums
We Won't March
Call It Off (live)
Radio Days (live)
Do You Still Hate Me?
Seattle band with a sweet pop punk ax to grind sounded to me
like the Replacements,
that is the what they gave me from listening, certainly, to
"Call It Off."
And what a nice memory that is.
Bands don't trailblaze on memories alone, however.
I must tell you about the singer Colin McBride.
He has a decent voice. It is not spectacular. It is adequate. At
times he whines and screams and whips himself into such a frenzy
that the words come out like lumpy saliva
in a power pop breakfast of frenetic exuberance.
It's not Howard Dean on meltdown. It was startling at first to
They get your attention even as the rhythms floats through
They do a Jambreaker song, "Do You Still Hate Me?" Like that
band, they seem to combine hardcore with pop fizz punk
I would like to see them live. They are playing in San Francisco
on June 8 at the Edinburgh Castle. That's also one of the dates
of the DirkFest
-- see Louie
Their video, live in Chicago:
Which brings me to: