Swingin’ Utters

Swingin’ Utters

Brazen Head EP

Fat Wreck Chords

You know, one time I was describing a band to someone as being “punk rock,” and they said, “is that the same as punk?” The Utters bring yet another good time punk rock record to the world. Now, I’ve never done it before, but these songs sound like they are supposed to be sung inside a pub. With a bunch of drunk Irishmen. I usually just sing them inside my car to the old lady in the car next to me. I love the accordion! I want to hear more punk rock with accordion! These six songs contain less of that raspy singing found on the older albums, but as always, the Utters still rock.

Fat Wreck Chords, P.O. Box 193690, San Francisco, CA 94119-3690

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