Listen to a Halifax Post-Hardcore Band Fronted by a Four-Year-Old

Listen to a Halifax Post-Hardcore Band Fronted by a Four-Year-Old
If you've been going to punk and hardcore shows for a while, there's a good chance you've started to feel like the oldest one there. Sadly, you're about to feel a whole lot older, because there's a new, noisy post-hardcore band fronted by a four-year-old boy.

The band is called Problem Attic, and it's made up of four-year-old Jude and his dad Julian Morrow. In a media release, Jude says that the band is inspired by "being woken up too early when I was trying to sleep" and wishing he could "scream instead of talking words early in the morning." We hear that, bro.

Problem Attic's first single is called "RAWR," and it arrives this week with a new music video. The clip sees Jude brandishing weapons while he drops some growls atop some messy, noisy music. Hell, we've heard worse opening bands perform in community centres.

"RAWR" will be released as a digital download on January 16 through All We've Got, and all proceeds for the single will go toward Jude's college fund — after all, punks have to plan for the future too.

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