SLAPPY SUNDAY EP AVAILABLE MARCH 31
Hot Lunch, the San Francisco outfit who “hearken back to the wild and wooly days… of the MC5 and The Stooges” (Verbicide), is sharing “China Banks,” a new song from their forthcoming Scion Audio Visual release, the Slappy Sunday EP, via The Obelisk.
The EP’s title track was previously made available as a free download via Scion Audio Visual’s Soundcloud page (links to stream both singles below). The full, five-song EP will be available for download on March 31.
Hot Lunch’s history with Scion Audio Visual extends back to the band’s origins with the quartet having played Scion Rock Fest 2013, Scion Rock Show in Los Angeles and Scion Rock Fest 2014. The Bay Area band was also part of the recent Riley Hawk curated Northwest Blow Out EP, with the song “Uprooted” and previously offered up the song “There’s Nothing Like Revenge for Getting Back at People” via a limited edition 7-inch single.
“We're beyond stoked about this latest batch of tunes,” said Hot Lunch drummer Rob Alper. “Both structurally and sonically they're true to Hot Lunch form, but we can't help feel that this five-headed beast is of a new breed. Born of an all night rock 'n' roll house party? Or following a ferocious Sunday curb-skating session? We know not from whence it came. We're honored to continue working with Scion A/V to bring high-energy punk 'n' roll music to the people! The Slappy Sunday EP is up-to-the-very-minute Hot Lunch in all its fuzzy, monstrous glory!”
Hot Lunch’s Slappy Sunday EP track listing:
- Slappy Sunday
- China Banks
- Pot of Gold
- Living the Nightmare
Scion Audio Visual (AV for short) is a creative enterprise of Scion devoted to the discovery, nurture, funding and distribution of compelling music and arts programming. Scion AV has created and championed projects for over 100 underground musical artists, supported tours and special events, created film documentaries, curated art installations, and produced a collection of 'zines. In addition, Scion AV executes the annual Scion Music(less) Music Conference and operates 7 broadband radio stations via Scion Streaming Radio.
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