Guerrilla Monsoon are happy to confirm that they have signed to Paper + Plastick (USA) and Beach Community (UK). They'll be releasing a brand new eight track 10" EP titled 'Big City Plans' via both labels on 27th October. Side A features four brand new tracks, with Side B consisting of some cuts previously heard before in various guises. It will be released both digitally and on limited edition colour vinyl, with different variants available through Paper + Plastick and Beach Community.
A gruff, emo-tinged, punk rock ride, lyrically, the songs on 'Big City Plans' centre around themes of personal reflection, journeys and dealing with the ups and downs of relationships (that are inevitably effected by the band members' touring schedules). As part of their plan to play as many shows as humanly possible (let's get some more lyrical inspiration on the go!), the band will be touring tirelessly around the UK through September and October before heading over to the US for an appearance at the famed FEST in Florida.
Guerrilla Monsoon formed from the ashes of a number of hardworking UK bands (including Shermer, Hopewood, Cannons & Tanks, Big City Plan & Sunset Cinema Club) in December 2013 and recently released a Split 7" with New York's Gameday Regulars via Paper + Plastick and All In Vinyl.
Big City Plans tracklisting:
Side A (the new stuff)
1. Flock the Nest
2. Big City Plans
3. Summer Romantics
4. Whisky & Wine
Side B (the old stuff)
1. Good Grief
2. Open Letter
3. White Steps
9th Sept - Birmingham - Roadhouse
w/ Signals Midwest
13 Sept, Wahl Bar, Manchester
15 Sept, Santiago, Leeds
16 Sept, JT Soars, Nottingham
17 Sept, Scruffy Murphy's, Birmingham
27th Sept - Manchester @ Manchf3ster - Dry Bar Live
(with Masked Intruder & Gnarwolves)
1st Oct - Stoke-on-Trent @ Bunker 13
2nd Oct - Birmingham @ The Bulls head, Moseley
3rd Oct - Worcester @ The Firefly (with The Stupids)
4th Oct - Southampton @ The Rathaus
5th Oct - Cardiff @ The Moon
7th Oct - Leicester @ The Shed
8th Oct - London @ The Old Blue Last
18th Oct - Redditch @ Death or Glory record store
1st Nov - Gainesville, Florida @ The Fest 13 - Looseys
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