Here’s a pleasant way to wake up on a weekend morning — with the soothing pop-punk sounds of Vancouver’s Gnash Rambler. Head over to the band’s Bandcamp page for a full stream of their new album, Gnash Rambler, released March 31st. Then go ahead and order it at the same location. You’re gonna like it, I mean, how can anyone dislike a band that cites influences such as The Ramones, Motorhead, Husker Du, The Who, and The Beatles?
If you’re wondering about the band’s name, it’s a combination of that of a classic car and vocalist Nick Venditti’s habit of gnashing his teeth!
Venditti commented on the album:
Many of the songs are just me reflecting on where we’re going these days. The anxiety felt by so many folks on account of all the crazy things going on in the world and even crazier things going on closer to home. We have probably always lived in interesting times, but because of technology our ability to be aware is always going to be at odds with how we process our feelings.
If you’re not ready to commit to the full purchase of the album, get a free download of Gnash Rambler’s “Man Over” here.
Rock Hard \m/