Teenage Bottlerocket w/ The Subjunctives, Coyote Bred

Tue Oct 22 2019

8:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Tractor

5213 Ballard Avenue NW Seattle, WA 98107

$14.00

Ages 21+

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Let’s be honest. Teenage Bottlerocket has always been rad. Formed in Wyoming in 2000, they were rad when they released their debut album, Another Way, in 2003 and almost two decades – as the title of this eighth studio album suggests – they remain just as rad. Following on from 2017’s Stealing The Covers – which, funnily enough, was a record of cover versions ­– these 14 short, snappy and stylish punk songs are centered around the songwriting chops of guitarists/vocalists Ray Carlisle and Kody Templeman (who also fronts The Lillingtons) and overflow with Teenage Bottlerocket’s typical mix of humor and poignancy, silliness and melancholy.  But it’s also the first album of original material that the band – completed by bassist Miguel Chen and drummer Darren Chewka – made following the death of former drummer and Ray’s twin brother Brandon in 2015.

“I’m definitely proud of it,” says Ray. “It’s cool how we all came together through something so tragic and made one of our best records. I think Brandon would really love it. Stealing The Covers really helped us get back on our feet and it was a cool in-between, but this record was something we wanted to make as excellent as possible.”

“I think we all had him in the back of our minds while writing and recording it,” adds Kody. “I’d like to think that he would be happy with how it turned out.” 

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Teenage Bottlerocket w/ The Subjunctives, Coyote Bred

  • Teenage Bottlerocket

    Teenage Bottlerocket

    Punk

  • The Subjunctives

    The Subjunctives

    Punk

    We Subjs are an odd, if affable bunch. Matt is in his 20’s, Jeff is in his 30’s, and Ean is in his... never you mind just what Ean is in... bringing together 3 different periods of pop punk record collections, notions of what “punk” is, and sonic dreams involving the numbers I IV vi and V. Each of us comes from a long background in music, and a long love affair with pop punk. Jeff is also the guitarist for Seattle power punk pop heart-throbs Four Lights, Ean is a founding member of 90’s DIY pop punk stars Sicko, and Matt plays far more refined and relaxed music in the elegant piano pop Heather Edgley band. We share a love of fast beats, big hooks, and 3 part harmonies. The idea is to make records, play fun shows, make new friends, and leave the world a little brighter place after we play. Hanging out at the Tin Hat in Seattle figures in prominently as well.
  • Coyote Bred

    Coyote Bred

    Pop

    Coyote Bred is a rock band from Seattle with a blend of pop and punk undertones. Started in 2014, released two EPs, and countless West Coast tours.

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Teenage Bottlerocket w/ The Subjunctives, Coyote Bred

Tue Oct 22 2019 8:00 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Tractor Seattle WA
Teenage Bottlerocket w/ The Subjunctives, Coyote Bred

$14.00 Ages 21+

Let’s be honest. Teenage Bottlerocket has always been rad. Formed in Wyoming in 2000, they were rad when they released their debut album, Another Way, in 2003 and almost two decades – as the title of this eighth studio album suggests – they remain just as rad. Following on from 2017’s Stealing The Covers – which, funnily enough, was a record of cover versions ­– these 14 short, snappy and stylish punk songs are centered around the songwriting chops of guitarists/vocalists Ray Carlisle and Kody Templeman (who also fronts The Lillingtons) and overflow with Teenage Bottlerocket’s typical mix of humor and poignancy, silliness and melancholy.  But it’s also the first album of original material that the band – completed by bassist Miguel Chen and drummer Darren Chewka – made following the death of former drummer and Ray’s twin brother Brandon in 2015.

“I’m definitely proud of it,” says Ray. “It’s cool how we all came together through something so tragic and made one of our best records. I think Brandon would really love it. Stealing The Covers really helped us get back on our feet and it was a cool in-between, but this record was something we wanted to make as excellent as possible.”

“I think we all had him in the back of our minds while writing and recording it,” adds Kody. “I’d like to think that he would be happy with how it turned out.” 

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