Stream Calling All Captains' Debut Album 'Slowly Getting Better'

The Alberta band's first full-length record is a break-neck collection of incandescent, hardcore-infused pop-punk

BY Kaelen BellPublished Oct 29, 2021

Today sees the release of Alberta pop-punk/post-hardcore five-piece Calling All Captains' debut record Slowly Getting Better, and you can stream it below. 

Following up 2019's Nothing Grows Here EP, the band's full-length debut is a document of hard-won change, combining dynamic, pop-indebted songwriting with a streak of caustic aggression. It includes previously shared singles "Laurel Canyon," "Tailspin," and "Undone." 

In a joint statement about the record, the band said:

This album is the largest body of work that any of us have ever put out. It really encapsulates the last 10 years of all of our lives. None of us have ever worked so hard or put as much time into something as we all did for this project. We believe it truly showcases our best foot forward as a band.

It was a tough 18 months navigating these uncertain times, but we believe we've come out of it stronger than ever and with the best team we could ever have hoped to build. We hope this album will mean as much to you as it does to us. We're all
Slowly Getting Better, together.

Listen to Slowly Getting Better below. 

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