Weatherstate release new song ‘Barely Human’

The single features Tobi Duncan from Trash Boat. 

With their recent Green Day music video homage receiving the thumbs up from Mike Dirnt himself, Bristol’s Weatherstate have released a final preview of their debut album Born A Cynic (out now). “Barely Human is about parting ways after a relationship and the self destructing behaviour that can sometimes go with that,” says vocalist and guitarist Harry Hoskins. “We had our friend Tobi Duncan from Trash Boat step in to help with the bridge and cause a ruckus.”

Born A Cynic was recorded, produced, mixed and mastered by Neil Kennedy & Daly George at The Ranch Production House where the band stayed at close quarters with each other (and the odd uninvited rodent intruder).

Weatherstate have spent the past couple of years touring Europe and the UK, most recently ripping up stages with Canada’s The Dirty Nil. They’ll be playing some shows in celebration of the debut full length with more sure to come. Details below. Weatherstate’s effervescent take on punk harks back to legendary pop punk bands of the 90s whilst incorporating a new energy that makes them one to watch in 2019.

See Weatherstate live:
24 May – Bristol Booze Cruise
06 July – The Key Club, Leeds (*Supporting The Bottom Line)
07 July – Gullivers, Manchester (*Supporting The Bottom Line)
08 July – The Attic, Glasgow (*Supporting The Bottom Line)
09 July – Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham (*Supporting The Bottom Line)
10 July – Riverside 2, Newcastle (*Supporting The Bottom Line)
11 July – Thousand Island, London (*Supporting The Bottom Line)

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