Visceral Punk Set Surfbort premieres at LadyGunn and MXDWN



Perceived as a Brooklyn-based punk band, SURFBORT proves their cult has translated from coast to coast. SURFBORT’s live experience is visceral and conflicting. Their strafed and heartbreaking guitar punk music says no to a digital age full of intolerance; they radiate love and friendship.

Since the start of the pandemic, the group has noticed how polarized society has become: party against party, disputes over Covid statistics, fights for human rights, information against disinformation … no one could even tell. ‘hear about the truth. People were dying, a revolution was brewing, and most people were stuck in their homes watching it on television. During this time (and as always) there were these groups of deaf people playing their privileges, partying regardless of the world for the large scale suffering for most people. That’s what inspired the song. The track WHITE CLAW ENEMA BONG HIT satirizes the most ridiculous party combo.

“It’s a metaphor for a party animal who comes up with the craziest combination to escape his current mad reality. We always party ourselves, but it looks different now, we drink sparkling water and let’s take care of each other. In the video we push having fun versions of our wasted old folks or our jocks partying in the first month of the pandemic, maskless and looking for fun. I believes it is important to have a balance between personal care and serving those in need. When society and government put everything in place for an apocalyptic hellish landscape, we must continue to come together and support each other . ”Says lead singer Dani Miller.“It is especially a pleasure that after working with the group and having been able to see both sides of the coin, reality and truth in sobriety and reality and truth by being fed up and all that it reveals. .I’m so grateful that I can participate and tap into the positive side that will never go away, but do it from a clean, sober, caring perspective because it’s honestly better. Because it’s a better way. to do and do things, “exclaims guitarist Matt Picola.” I grew up being in charge of connecting with people or connecting with my creativity … turned out to be the opposite for Me. I love that this band is a real connection, ”says guitarist Alex Kilgore. With these feelings in mind, “WHITECLAW ENEMA BONG of SURFBORT
HIT “was this band’s satirical response to the way young people were responding to the pandemic which has become their upcoming new single which will be released on July 29. The single is an advance to the band’s planned next album which will be released on September 24. . ”This song is about clowning down on the dangerous, ignorant, toxic, abusive and deadly journey of mass alcohol consumption. The party culture is great, but it also literally destroys tons of random lives for the interests of the most cynical businesses on the planet, “growls guitarist Matt Picola.The group also reflected this in their upcoming video with a mix.
striking, aggressive yet funny images that tell the story of their satirical look
to “BLANC GRIFFE ENEMA BONG HIT.” “Matt Picola, our guitarist, is fed sparkling water through a beer bong by Nick Arnold, our bassist and it explodes completely. Amateurs … Our whole group is sober (we always party, but with a sober side), but we really had some super gnarly times where we partied, so we just took inspiration from those times, ”sneers Dani Miller. In a nod to how Miller felt about her childhood in punk culture, she wanted to shade it in the visuals in the video as well. “I’m super fluid between the sexes. I feel like a part of me is a skateboarder-boi brother so I let that super masculine side of me come out. like a skate boy, but for the video I went all out there – with a severe skate dude in the park vibes! I wanted the ending to be like two dudes who dread their intimate homoerotic side, cross paths at the ‘party and get super agro. Just as they are about to fight, they realize that they are disguising their love for each other aggressively and start kissing! ” Miller said. Model / actress Ashely Smith plays the other guy in the fraternity. “We did a ton in real life, but for that I did a kissing style like what I think a brother would do – aggressive and sloppy. Hahaha,” Dani shouts. The video also features an appearance by Zach Homes, aka “Zackass,” who is also featured in the upcoming movie Jackass Forever. The song was recorded by a close friend of the band Enrique Padilla (originally from Mexico), who has a Scooby doo tribute band called Goodboy Inc. His studio is in a mirrored box full of stuffed animals, so it really did. added to the sound!Surfbort will be playing this music and more brand new from their upcoming album in Los Angeles and more New York concert dates and more dates to be announced shortly.


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