The Sewer Buddies Present Punk For All Ages With ‘Butt Brains’
New Children’s Punk Album Out Now
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Boston, Massachusetts – May 22, 2020 – The Sewer Buddies believe everyone deserves a little punk rock in their lives, no matter how old. So they set out to make kid-friendly punk and have carved out a niche all their own since their debut in 2017. Now they’re ready to keep on rocking it out with their 2020 release, ‘Butt Brains.’
The cover art alone is enough to make anyone, child or adult, interested. A Bigfoot-esque character high fiving a unicorn – it’s like something one would see animated alongside ‘Adventure Time.’ Once inside the music, The Sewer Buddies deliver on the promise of punk. It’s traditional punk music created with younger fans in mind. Songs like “Hard Times For The Boogey Man” and “Doggy Dance” present exhilarating bursts of energy that have the essence of The Sex Pistols, but a dose of childlike wonder in the lyrics.
Lindsey Loogie (drums, vocals), Loch Nemesis Monster (bass, backing vocals), Bazooka Blake (lead guitar, backing vocals), and Andrew Space Pants (rhythm guitar) spent a lot of time playing in various Boston bands, but formed a few years ago to bring something new to the landscape of children’s music; punk. It’s not something one hears every day in kid’s music, but The Sewer Buddies are in many ways picking up where Nick Jr.’s ‘Yo Gabba Gabba!’ left off as that show often featured rock bands like Taking Back Sunday and My Chemical Romance. Only The Sewer Buddies delivery kid-centric lyrics in punk formation.
Music for all ages, The Sewer Buddies’ could be a great addition for punk and kid’s playlists. Those interested in adding new punk to their playlists, reviewing ‘Butt Brains,’ or interviewing The Sewer Buddies for their site, podcast, or radio show can reach out via the information provided below.
For more music from The Sewer Buddies, please visit: https://thesewerbuddies.bandcamp.com
The Sewer Buddies are proud to present their kid-friendly punk album, ‘Butt Brains,’ available now.
The Sewer Buddies
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