Citizen / Turnover Split The adored split 7" from Citizen and Turnover is finally back in stock. Released back in 2012 and prior to both of the bands' debut albums. Michigan's Citizen and Virginia Beach's Turnover each follow up acclaimed debut EPs by contributing two new songs apiece to this impressive split 7". Both bands' first recordings for Run For Cover, this split marks growth and maturity for each band as they transition from up-and-coming locals to established national artists. Citizen opens the split with two crunchy post-hardcore emo songs. The band effortlessly blurs lines from crashing Foo Fighters-esque drums and and loud guitars to quiet, emotive twinkling breaks akin to peers Basement and Title Fight but with their own midwestern personality. Turnover opens up side B with rumbling, jumpy toms and a sad, shimmering guitar line before soaring vocals dart in, tugging at the heartstrings and begging for a singalong. Relatable lyrics coupled with infectious vocal melodies make Turnover one of the catchiest bands making punk music. Run For Cover 7"
Citizen Youth Sometimes labels and distros supply us different LP variants than what was expected. If you're not after one particular variant, order "any variant LP" to speed up your order. The outstanding debut album from Michigan's Citizen. Effortlessly blurring the lines between punk, melodic rock and post-hardcore. If you're into the likes of Title Fight, Basement or Brand New then you should definitely give this a listen. Run For Cover CD | LP
Citizen Everybody Is Going to Heaven Banquet UK exclusive (Hot Topic in the U.S. limited to 1300 copies) gold & black vinyl! Second album from Michigan's Citizen who played the shop and Fighting Cocks last year. Really great post-hardcore infused punk thats is a must-have for fans of Title Fight, Basement, Superheaven right through to fans of Brand New and Small Brown Bike! Haunting these ten songs is a foreboding, dark atmosphere masterfully crafted by producer Will Yip, and an immediate, intense energy is palpable from even the first grimy seconds of the opener, Cement. As with every one of Citizen's releases, Mat Kerekes' signature vocal delivery here is a trademark feature, demonstrating the emotional tension that boils over on this release. As cathartic as ever, he duels between a soft croon and a haunting scream, confronting his demons on tracks like My Favorite Color echoing the tormented refrain, my heart still beats for nothingÂ?. And while most of the record is an intense and noisy onslaught, songs like HeavisideÂ? and Yellow LoveÂ? act as armistices, each aching in reverb-drenched consonance. Run For Cover CD | LP
Citizen As You Please Indies exclusive LP comes on orange and blue swirl coloured vinyl and includes a download code. Regular LP is currently black in clear coloured vinyl. The highly anticipated third album from grungey emo-punks Citizen, taking on a slightly softer and more melodic sound in comparison to their previous full length Everybody Is Going To Heaven. If you're into the likes of Basement or Title Fight then you won't want to miss this. Citizen dove headfirst into uncharted territory with their new album, the band is still as good as ever at writing emotionally-charged anthems. As You Please presents Citizen’s vision at the most focused it has ever been - it is delicately crafted to provoke at every moment. Run For Cover CD | LP
Citizen Young States Michigan's Citizen effortlessly blur the lines between punk, melodic rock and post-hardcore. The outcome is a brilliant mix of Title Fight, Basement and Small Brown Bike. Run For Cover 7"
Wrongtom / Jstar / Citizen Sound / Irie Ites Wa Do Dance London representing on this limited German pressing with shop favourites (& customers) Wrongtom & Jstar on the remix for Citizen Sound's 'Wa Do Dance', featuring Ammoye & Deemas J. Pressed on marble 7". Two heavyweight jams for different occasions! Highly recommended! Irie Ites Music 7"
Citizen Dick Touch Me I'm Dick Expected soona non- RSD translucent red 7" single from the fictional band Citizen Dick [featuring members of Pearl Jam] from Cameron Crowe 1992 film Singles Side A contains the band's single "Touch Me I'm Dick" and side B features an etching of a quote about the song from Matt Dillon's character Cliff Poncier, the fictional lead singer of the band. Etching: “I think a lot of people might think it’s actually about, you know, ‘My name is Dick, and, you know, you can touch me,’ but, I think, you know, it can be seen either way.” 7" Out of Stock