folk punk is dead. d-e-d dead.

ASK ME THINGS

everythingeveryday:

Underpass Chicago show fell though…showed up and nothing. Anyone got somewhere we can play? Or do you wanna host us at ur house? I’ll give you a tape and a shirt

CHICAGO!!

thisnoiseismusic:

college starts soon so great????

LOOK AT THAT HANDSOME T-SHIRT

thisnoiseismusic:

college starts soon so great????

LOOK AT THAT HANDSOME T-SHIRT

waitingfortheyellowbird:

Lora, you left this message about a year ago and I refuse to delete it. It cracks me up every time. I love you and miss you!

waitingfortheyellowbird:

Lora, you left this message about a year ago and I refuse to delete it. It cracks me up every time. I love you and miss you!

OK, SO I HAVE THIS IDEA FOR A MUSIC VIDEO FOR OUR SONG, “Not So Body Posi After All”. 
It’s basically a send-up of that Jimmy Eat World video where a bunch of unrealistically attractive people have a party in their undies, but instead of models, its a bunch of really rad people trying really hard not to feel self-conscious about our weird bodies.
The problem is, I don’t know there are enough people in San Diego who are DOWN FOR THE CAUSE, and I don’t really know a lot of filmmakers. Is this a cool idea, or is it too dumb and weird?

princeokittens:

the mailman brought me something nice

princeokittens:

the mailman brought me something nice

Anonymous asked

What chords are you playing in Not So Body Posi After All? I love that progression so much!

Gmaj, Gmaj7, Cmaj, Cmin7

allynewbold:

ask ask ask me things hiiii

sleddingwithtigers:

What if we held a Jimmy Eat World music video style house show where we all just wore underwear and didn’t feel that self-conscious about our weird bodies?

I still want to do this!

nickwuebben:

Plastic City Pariah is Jackson, Hollie, Xavier, and Drake. They’re from the San Diego area and play plugged-in folk/punk tunes. You can find ‘em playing shows in Southern California, and also throwing DIY shows at their house in La Mesa, the Brickhouse. 
Check out their record “A Rambling of Somewhat and Some Sort,” here. 
…and buy the tape here! 
For more info and updates about shows at The Brickhouse, follow @BRICKHOUSEDIY on instagram. For booking info, email brickhousediy@hotmail.com. 

nickwuebben:

Plastic City Pariah is Jackson, Hollie, Xavier, and Drake. They’re from the San Diego area and play plugged-in folk/punk tunes. You can find ‘em playing shows in Southern California, and also throwing DIY shows at their house in La Mesa, the Brickhouse. 

Check out their record “A Rambling of Somewhat and Some Sort,” here. 

…and buy the tape here! 

For more info and updates about shows at The Brickhouse, follow @BRICKHOUSEDIY on instagram. For booking info, email brickhousediy@hotmail.com.