Kevin Devine / The Front Bottoms Devinyl Splits No. 12 A split 7" single and the twelfth edition of Kevin Devine's Devinyl Split Series. This time he's teamed up with The Front Bottoms and they've each covered one of the others songs. Bad Timing Records 7"
Kevin Devine / Matthew Caws Devinyl Splits No. 1 Expected 24th February The first of Kevine Devine's Bimonthly split 7"s. This one is with Nada Surf's Matthew Caws! Devine tackles a cover of the bands 2002 hit Inside Of Love, whilst Caws strips back and reworks ‘Fiscal Cliff’, taken from the Bubblegum album. Bad Timing Records 7" Pre-Order
The Early November Fifteen Years We're the UK store for this and are only getting 100. Our variant is double black LP with a screen-print on the D-side. The acoustic album from one of our favourite indie-punk bands The Early November. The album collects fifteen songs pulled from the band's brilliant discography, but presented in a new and fresh light. Frontman Ace Enders engineered, mixed and mastered the album, which sees the group stripping down these tracks and presenting them in an acoustic format. There is such a passion that seeps into the songs, it’s a simple task to see why Ace Enders’ acoustic songs are a league above his peers, especially at this point in his career, when his voice has never been better. Strong, confident and emotive. - It's All Dead Bad Timing Records LP Exclusive
Kevin Devine / Jesse Lacey Devinyl Splits No. 6: The sixth in Kevin Devine's split 7" series this time with Brand New's Jesse Lacey and sees them both covering R.E.M. On Devinyl Splits No. 6, Jesse and Kevin decided to both cover a band that has held huge influence in each of their personal and professional lives. Jesse takes on R.E.M.'s "Bad Day," while Kevin performs his rendition of "Imitation of Life." R.E.M.'s influence on these two songwriters has been massive, as each write about in the liner notes of this 7". Bad Timing Records 7"
All Get Out Nobody Likes A Quitter Second album from All Get Out, the project of Nathan Hussey and was produced and co-written by Andy Hull and Robert McDowell of Manchester Orchestra. Fans of MO, Black Foxxes and Kevin Devine get into this! The Texas-by-way-of-South Carolina band, led by frontman Nathan Hussey, is in the middle of a huge spike in creativity. The first result of this spike was last year's Movement EP, a five-song effort that will look like a warm-up round in the near future. Nobody Likes A Quitter is All Get Out's most dynamic and impressive work yet, following Hussey as he turns his focus inward and begins to become more fully aware of who he is. Bad Timing Records LP
Kevin Devine Brother's Blood Double LP reissue of Kevin Devine's Brother's Blood on clear with blood red & black splatter vinyl and 3 songs from the I Could Be With Anyone EP on side D! We're big fans of Kevin and into everything he releases. One of our Kev highlights has to be the memorable show he played at All Saints Church last year. Fans of Death Cab For Cutie, Bright Eyes, Brand New get into this! Bad Timing Records LP
Real Friends Three Songs About The Past Year Of My Life in our hands right now. come get em First time on vinyl for Real Friends' 2012 EP Three Songs About The Past Year Of My Life. We're big fans of these guys so much so that we gave UK releases to Everyone That Dragged You Here and Put Yourself Back Together. and they played two sold out shows at the Fighting Cocks and dropped by the shop earlier this year! Three Songs... is the perfect pop punk EP. It’s made up of three honest, catchy tracks that will bounce out of the traps and into the hearts of the pop punk fans of the world. “Dirty Water” is an organic feeling catchy opener with a fresh, but tired air to it. The lyrics, whilst somewhat simplistic, have a relatability to them that is irrepressible and incredibly likable. They also have an honesty to them that sets Real Friends apart from others. Lyrics such as “I said I'm selfish, I'm a liar and I'm broken/ Shit runs through my head everyday that I would never tell anyone” have a self deprecating quality to them that gives the band a particular personality. “Hebron” has a youthful naivete to it which is utterly irresistible, Slow and winding, the track is driven by unprotected vocals, sparse instrumentation, and highly conversational lyrics. Closer “Alexander Supertramp” is the shortest track of the release and is a fist pump inspiring bounce. Bad Timing Records 7"
Kevin Devine She Can See Me New double sided artwork 7" from the brilliant Kevine Devine who played a great show at All Saints church not long ago. The 7" features two versions of the same song. One solo Kev from the Bulldozer album the other Bubblegum version with The Goddamn Band. Bad Timing Records 7"