Potty Mouth Debut New Single + Video for "Starry Eyes" via Ladygunn

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Debut New Single "Starry Eyes"- WATCH & LISTEN HEREvia Ladygunn

SNAFU Out March 1st, 2019 via Get Better Records with Pre-Orders Including First Ever Comic Book Written and Illustrated by Frontwoman Abby Weems
New Live Shows in LA and NYC Announced!

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"Galloping punk-rock" - The New York Times

"A vigorous, propulsive sound that can make even the over-30 set feel 22 again" - AV Club

"[Potty Mouth] embodies the same kind of carefree-but-not-really attitude that was so in vogue in the '90s." - Stereogum

"A little bit of Breeders, a little bit of Cars, and a lot of can't miss hooks." - Rolling Stone 

"'Triumphant...gleams with bright, well-tuned hooks and guitarist/vocalist Abby Weems' crystal clear, melodic snarl." - Pitchfork

"Textural upgrade...their hooky punk songs are actually bigger-sounding than ever." - The FADER

"The oomph of 'Cherry Picking' can't just be chalked up to expert mimicry: It's the sound of a good band becoming great." - NPR Heavy Rotation    
"Scrappy pop-punk songs and exuberant melodies...brimmed with hooks" - Chicago Tribune

"Potty Mouth's latest is a shred-fest with hair-flipping lyrics that feels like 10 Things I Hate About You for the millennial." - Entertainment Weekly 

"Alt-rock excellence" - SPIN

"A fresh new twist on pop-punk." - i-D

Today, punk rock trio Potty Mouth released a new single along with an adorable video to melt the hearts of animal lovers - watch and listen HERE via Ladygunn"Starry Eyes," the second single off of Potty Mouth's forthcoming sophomore album SNAFU, puts a softer twist on the band's punk-rock edge, for a sardonic, anti-love song just in time for Valentine's Day.

SNAFU will be released March 1, 2019 via Get Better Records - a DIY label run by Potty Mouth bassist Ally Einbinder and her partner Alex Licktenhour "that is for the queers. No sexist, no racist, no transphobic, no homophobic, no apologist bullshit tolerated." Preorder the album HERE.

"It's about a pattern I have in romantic relationships," Potty Mouth frontwoman Abby Weems shared about the song. "I feel like I never let myself fall super in love because there's always a little voice in my head saying 'whats the point?' I'm still so young and have so much I want to do, it doesn't feel realistic to be fully committed to another person. Obviously I can't stop myself from getting crushes and dating people, but the cynical side of me is always prepared for whatever life throws at me."

SNAFU  arrives after the trio's 2015 self-titled EP and serves as a rallying cry for creative freedom! The album was inspired by the band not comprising to the traditional standards of the music industry. A limited-edition blue vinyl of the album will be for sale on Bandcamp (UK/EU) and the Potty Mouth webstore (US) with a bonus comic book, titled 'Potty Mouth: Situation Normal All Fucked Up' that was written and illustrated by Potty Mouth frontwoman Abby Weems. This is Weems' first comic book release. Plus, there will be a SNAFU bonus 7" for sale in select indie stores that will include two unreleased tracks, "I Wanna" and "Easy Way."

Having spent the last three years touring relentlessly with acts like Against Me!, The Go-Gos, CHVRCHES and Skating Polly, Potty Mouth's raw and high energy live show is a sight to behold. Watch their live performance on Last Call with Carson Daly HERE. The band just announced new shows in LA, NYC and San Francisco in the coming months, including opening for BRONCHO tonight, February 14 at The Glass House in Pomona. Additional dates listed below, and more details and tickets can be found HERE.

Potty Mouth is Abby Weems (vocals/guitar), Ally Einbinder (bass), and Victoria Mandanas (drums).

Potty Mouth tour dates:
February 14      Pomona, CA @ The Glass House (w/ BRONCHO, Pinky Pinky)
February 19      Brooklyn, NY @ Sunnyvale
March 1            Los Angeles, CA @ The Factory (record release show)
March 3            San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill for Noise Pop Festival 2019 (w/ The Buttertones)
March 21          Los Angeles, CA @ The Hi Hat (for Doc Martens)

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