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They Sure Are a Real Humdinger!: EP Review

 

Self proclaimed "old-school West Coast punk rock" group, The Tracys, has hit it right on the NAIL with their third album release, Humdinger! When rocking to this Brooklyn, NY based group, the classic punk influence can be sensed from miles away; traces of the musical stylings of iconic artists such as Black Flag and Alice Bag can be found throughout the record- pure punk at it's best.

 

The full length record, Humdingeris an outright riot and is sure to cement the band's place in today's scene. It is filled with high energy rhythm and angsty blunt, yet playful, lyrics. Without giving too much away, I will say that The Tracys third release will surely live up to its name and be something that is extraordinary- you do not want to miss out!

 

The album debuts March 23rd, 2018; make sure to check it out, along with the video for their single "People Scare Me." 

 

 

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