Wasted Potential / Owen Wilson "Nuclear Piss" / "72 Hours"

Wasted Potential / Owen Wilson 'Nuclear Piss' / '72 Hours'
London, ON punks Wasted Potential have teamed up with Toronto's Owen Wilson for a four-song split 7-inch, and Exclaim! is giving you the chance to hear two brand new tracks off it before the official release.
Formed in back rooms "littered with pizza boxes and beer cans, OSAP loans and amp tubes," Danny Kidd and his band put the "wasted" in Wasted Potential. The London gang recently got their pizza party on in the video for "Two Pumps and a Quiver," but their passion for the pepperoni hasn't faded one bit (or bite) if the album art is any indication.
 You can hear their blazing contribution to the new 7-inch, "Nuclear Piss" down below. For fans that grab the single, they'll also be able to hear new track "Seattle Slugtrail" (though we'd recommend listening to it without hitting up Urban Dictionary).
As for the flip side, it showcases Toronto four-piece Owen Wilson offerings "72 Hours" and "Living Room." The band features members of PKEW PKEW PKEW and Stuck Out Here, and you can hear their fiery, fast-paced "72 Hours" below.
The split 7-inch will ship in early April via Yeah Right, and only 300 copies will be pressed. Pre-order a copy here, and listen to "Nuclear Piss" and "72 Hours" in the players below.