Cleveland pop punk band One Days Notice is starting the new year off with their sophomore album Blackout. The gritty, balls out record won’t be available until January 14th, but you can stream the whole thing early via New Noise Magazine. The group recently signed with Remember to Breathe Records (AKA RTB Records) for the release and will hit the road later this year.
“We’re really excited for this album after pouring in a couple years of blood, sweat and beers,” says vocalist Chris Bassitt. “Most of the songs were written while drunken underwear wrestling and we think anyone that listens will find the sound really reflects that.”
Pre-order Blackout now on iTunes.
About One Days Notice
Premium brewed punk rock band One Days Notice from Cleveland, OH formed at a neighborhood Beer Olympics in 2010, an event that ended in two open container charges and one public urination violation. After the heat died down, the band began work on their debut EP ..That’s What She Said which ultimately earned them a shot to sweat their balls off on the Vans Warped Tour. The party continues on their upcoming release, the sophomore full-length Blackout, will be out on RTB Records on 01/14/16