Call It A Day – “Mind The Gap”

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Release Date: 11/01/2018

Format: Digital

Label: Thousand Islands Records

Location: Strasbourg, France

Current Lineup: (Per Facebook)

  • Max – Drums
  • Alex – Guitar
  • Alex – Bass / Vocals
  • Ted – Guitar / Vocals

Favorite Tracks:

  • For Your Safety
  • Empty Promises
  • Valium

Sounds Like: No Use For A Name, JFA, Lagwagon, and I Am The Owl


 

It’s not often we get some really kick ass skatepunk. But when we do, we absolutely love it! Strasbourg, French punks, Call It A Day are releasing their brand new EP, “Mind The Gap” on 11/01/2018. The album is being released under, Thousand Islands Records. “Small Label October” hasn’t finished just yet! In proper CPRA fashion we gonna check it out! You really should take a few minutes and check out the kick ass music Thousand Islands are putting out. Anyhow let’s roll into, “Mind The Gap”.

‘For Your Safety’, kicks off the album. This one leans somewhat on the speed punk metal side. The guitar and drums are fucking nuts. The different harmonies and melodies are mixed well. ‘Empty Promises’, is up next on the list. The bass seems to be more emphasized on this track. This make for a great pit song. This one will be brutal! ‘Valium’ is the last track on the EP. The drums and guitar solo shine on this one.

Call It A Day’s, “Mind The Gap”, sits on the edge of hardcore while maintaining a core skatepunk sound. Any fan of hardcore skatepunk should add this their collection on drop day!

Tracks:

  1. For Your Safety
  2. Empty Promises
  3. Valium

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