Adderall b/w Earthbot

$ 1.98

The Coathangers are a relentless force. Not content to rest on their laurels with 2011's sweaty summer classic Larceny & Old Lace, Atlanta's roadwarrior daughters delivered a new split 7" every six months courtesy of Suicide Squeeze Records. Previous installments have paired their no-fucks-given badassery with Puerto Rican partiers Davila 666, Canadian bass-riff maestros Nu Sensae, and Nashville vintage-rockers Heavy Cream. The Coathangers' final chapter in the series has them sharing a slab of vinyl with recent Suicide Squeeze signees Audacity. Hailing from Orange County, Audacity perfectly embody Southern California's polarizing elements of sunshine and urban density. While not exactly “Good Vibrations' or “Welcome To The Jungle" Audacity's split-exclusive "Earthbot" shows both undeniable pop savvy and savage fretboard awareness. For their side, The Coathangers pay homage to driver's-little-helper with “Adderall". Showcasing the grittier side of their sound while still maintaining all of their token swagger, “Adderall" is a fitting cap on the split 7" series that carried through two years of relentless touring across North America and Europe. The Coathangers/Audacity split 7" is limited to 750 copies and is also available digitally worldwide on October 15, 2013.

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