Punk and hardcore supergroups have seen a reasonable amount of success these past few years, and the latest instance of collaborative music-making finds members of Steve Adamyk Band, Crusades and Feral Trash getting together as Cheap Whine.
The band, which features Steve Adamyk (Steve Adamyk Band, Sedatives), Eric French (Feral Trash, Varsity Weirdos) and Jordy Bell (Crusades), have shared their debut self-titled LP. While it arrives in UK through Drunken Sailor Records on July 14, you can hear the entire album in the player below exclusively on Exclaim!
The record promises "nagging powerpop melodies, frantic energy in abundance and enough snot to fill a swimming pool" over its 13 tracks, with a bio adding that "they sing like they just got turfed out of a bar for throwing peanuts at playboys, and they play like they're skating through plate glass windows. The ideal amount of fucks are given."
Cheap Whine's debut is available for pre-order on vinyl through Drunken Sailor here, but in the meantime, you can take in the entire thing in the player below.