For Fans Of: Sum 41 | Introducing UK Punks, Weatherstate

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Feature Artist: Weatherstate

For Fans Of: Sum 41, State Champs, Four Year Strong

Hometown: Weymouth, UK

Genre: Punk

The 411:

Weatherstate are a Weymouth-based punk band who’ve just released their highly anticpated sophomore album, Never Better, out now via Rude Records.

Never Better stems from a place of monotony, helplessness, and apathy at the state of the world around us,” the band shares. “The record reaches out to different feelings that many of us have experienced over the last few years, from a state of mind that is pessimistic when faced with the question, will things ever improve? Lyrically this album touches on personal grief, abusive & toxic relationships, losing touch with the things that you once loved growing, and overall acceptance that it is what it is, and you sometimes have to buckle up and move forward to keep yourself sane.”

Led by vocalist and guitarist Harry Hoskins, Weatherstate’s lineup is completed by guitarist Callan Milward, Joe Hogan on bass, and drummer Toby Wrobel. They’ve risen to the challenges that COVID has posed, and whilst the pandemic threw a bit of a spanner in the works, the band have been working with Four Year Strong’s Alan Day to produce new songs with them, albeit remotely.


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