Trash Knife: Philly Quintet Serves Up Snotty Punk Hooks on “Party Friends” (PREMIERE)

With a sound that has been compared to the likes of the Avengers and Germs, Trash Knife understand the power of combining jittery energy and snotty vocal hooks. 

The Philadelphia-based quintet has been working hard on the road touring the US and Europe these past few years, releasing a handful of EPs along the way.

Next month, Trash Knife will be releasing their long-awaited debut album, a 10-song punk rock fiesta called Weird Daze. Fittingly, No Echo is premiering a track from the record called “Party Friends” that serves as a nice introduction to the band for those of you who haven't heard them yet:


Trash Knife vocalist McFadden shared the following about the track:

“This song is about how the people you party with aren’t necessarily your real friends. They might be a good hang, but aren’t the people that will be there for you in a jam.”

Weird Daze will be out November 10th via Big Neck Records (pre-order).


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