Help She Can't Swim Committing Social Suicide Nice little 7" from South Coast indie kids 'Help She Can't Swim'. It's now or never with this one, hand screened fold out cover printed on newspaper making every cover of the 500 pressed different. You also get a free pin badge! Fantastic Plastic Records. 1. Kick Her 2. Cut The Biography 3. Paws Hold / Paws Hold 4. Got Yr Number Fantastic Plasic 7"
Can't Swim Fail You Again The debut album from alternative punks Can't Swim, their music fluctuates between being full of aggression and energy to being quiet, reserved and fragile, with a continuous raw and grungy vibe throughout, gross-pop esque to an extent. This band is a must for fans of Frank Iero, Boston Manor, Pup and Brand New. “Fail You Again is our first full length record as a band. I think it’s a good interpretation of what we want to accomplish with our music. We recorded it all ourselves so the process felt very close to home. I’d like to think the extra work we put in really shows on the songs and people can tell how important this was to us. We looked at it as a template of sound for future releases, so we we’re sure to explore a wide array of tones and vibes throughout. It’s an honor to make music with these guys and I can’t wait for people to hear what we made.” – Chris LoPorto Pure Noise CD | LP
Can't Swim Death Deserves A Name Banquet exclusive 12" is on clear w/ black splatter coloured vinyl, screen print on the B-side. The classic debut EP from Can't Swim who play exciting punk & post-hardcore driven alt-rock. Fans of Citizen, Boston Manor and Taking Back Sunday should check this out. Pure Noise 12" | CD | LP
Can't Swim Foreign Language UK / EU exclusive 12" is on 'baby pink' coloured vinyl. A new EP from one of our favourite emo-punk outfits, Can't Swim. Following on from 2018's This Too Won't Pass (one of our top 10 albums of 2018) with another dose of high-octane, punk/hardcore crossover tunes. This EP features a great set of guests as well, we're super excited to hear it. “Foreign Language is a record that I felt necessary to put out,” explains Chris LoPorto. “These events in my life that I had never touched on in previous material, that I never had the right words for, finally made sense in the time we are living in now. To be able to write music honestly and to be transparent with our agenda, has always been the goal and ‘Foreign Language’ is the best interpretation of that yet. It is very easy to fall under criticism and do what you “think” you should do with your art – if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it – and while I too am a victim of these tropes and have hit roadblocks creativity because of the pressure, I can proudly say that this release came so naturally and organically, playing to our strengths but also letting the mistakes and mishaps have their place on the recordings” Pure Noise Records 12" | CD Out of Stock
Help She Can't Swim The Death Of Nightlife Released on May 7th the second full legth from the female fronted south coast spazzy indie quartet on Fantastic Plastic Records. 1. Pass The Hat Around 2. Idle Chatter 3. Kite Eating Tree 4. Hospital Drama 5. Apes And Pigs At The Vulture Coliseum 6. I Think The Record's Stopped 7. Midnight Garden 8. Box Of Delights 9. All The Stars 10. Just Be Social 11. Dragged Under A Wave 12. Never The Right Time For Us Fantastic Plastic CD | LP Out of Stock
Can't Swim Wednesday 12th April at Banquet Records, 6:00pm Tickets available from the shop. Can't Swim tickets come with Fail You Again. Microwave tickets come with Much Love. While out on their UK tour with Real Friends, the New Jersey punk driven alt-rockers Can't Swim and the indie-punk-rock four piece Microwave stop off in Kingston to play in the shop. Can't Swim blend pop-punk with some dark and gross-pop-esque styles, their music fluctuates between being full of aggression and energy to being quiet, reserved and fragile, with a continuous raw and grungy vibe throughout. This band is a must for fans of Frank Iero, Pup, Boston Manor and Brand New. Microwave take elements of emo and hardcore and combine it with an indie-rock approach, creating a sharp yet reserved punk rock sound. Their debut record Stovall is simultaneously dynamic and emotionally powerful while still maintaining a poetic edge, for fans of Pinegrove, Weezer, Pup and Into It. Over It. In-store Grade B. Anyone is welcome but priority will be given to anyone who orders a copy either album from us. Past Event
Can't Swim Wednesday 10th July at The Fighting Cocks, 18+ In the UK for festival appearances, the awesome Can't Swim play at The Fighting Cocks. Their 2018 album titled This Too Won't Pass was one of our favourite albums of the year so we're super excited to see them back in Kingston and this time with a full-band set. They play a unique blend of emo-punk that fluctuates between grungey rage and quiet, delicate moments, all with confessional lyrics throughout. If you're into the likes of Boston Manor, Citizen, Thrice or The Wonder Years then make sure you check this band out. “Problems haunt you, infect you, and in time become a part of who you are. You might find ways to distract yourself or try and forget but every time you look in the mirror you’ll only see reminders of what you hate. Evil surrounds us and in time, becomes a part of who we are. Let this band be a reminder of that.” Times TBC but we expect doors to be at 8:00pm Support will be coming from Lizzy Farrall and Bronnie. PLEASE NOTE: If you choose Collect In-store as your delivery option your full order, including tickets, will need to be collected from our shop rather than from the venue. The Fighting Cocks is an 18+ venue. Please bring photo ID. The Fighting Cocks is at 56 Old London Road, Kingston, KT2 6QA Past Event