Misgivings – “Hermitage”


Release Date: December 7, 2018

Format: Vinyl & Digital

Label: Lockjaw Records

Location: Southsea, Hants, UK

Current Lineup: (Per Facebook)

Will Pearce – Guitar / Vocals
Ollie Richardson – Guitar / Vocals
Martin Spooner – Bass
Rob Day – Drums

Favorite Tracks: Artless Life, The New Lows, Call It Off, and Shameless

Sounds Like: Came And Took it, Stray The Course, Lawrence Arms, Husker Du, and Polar Bear Club.


CPRA recently had this same chat on the Punk Rock Horror Podcast. Will punk survive the evolution of the music industry? Personally I feel the major music corporations want their money, because with the new age of DIY labels. They are struggling to survive. It serves them right for all the things they’ve done wrong. Failure to pay royalties, BMG, CBS, Chrysalis I’m looking at you guys.

It’s time we form a new industry that cares more about the music, and less about turning out the next Niki Minaj robotic junk. That’s what labels like, Lockjaw, No Affiliation, A-Jam, are doing. They are reclaiming an industry that was stolen.

So when I popped on “Hermitage” by UK punks, Misgivings. I was pleasantly surprised to hear punks alive and screaming it’s lungs out. From the onset of ‘Call It Off to the end track, ‘I Keep Hoarding Up’, this album is a fresh blast to the face. This one will cycle my record player daily. Be sure to pick it up on vinyl for that pure recording sound.



  1. Call It Off
  2. The Artless Life
  3. Shameless
  4. On Your Tongue
  5. The New Lows
  6. Johnny Come Late
  7. The Last Word
  8. I Keep Hoarding Up



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