Battered Lives by School Damage, released 06 May 2016 1. Colour Me Regressed 2. Not My Problem 3. You'll Shoot Your Eye Out 4. Dead Weight 5. Why I Hate October 8th 6. Finding Love in the Creepiest Places 7. Tales of the Dude Cave 8. Gimmie Gimmie . 9. Frig Off, Bud! 10. Eight More Days 11. The Ice is Thin but the Water's Fine 12. Detroit Rock Shitty 13. Eviction Notice The first mega ripper fill length from snotty pop-punkers School Damage.
Their formula is simple; Fast, fun and fucked up. You don’t need to fix anything because it sure as hell isn’t broken. Until then, enjoy this little of taste of what's to come. Last School Damage show of the year! There's sure to be some weirdness and some fucking tight-as-hell entertainment! Come on out and celebrate the birth of our musical baby in style, Toronto! See you all at the Bovine! SAT, 22 DEC 2018. School Damage Hello Cruel World LP Release Party/Holiday Bonanza. Bovine Sex Club · Toronto, ON, Canada.
Carolyn, Dani Jeff, Jake. Chapter is excited to release the self-titled debut album by Geelong/Melbourne shambolic pop foursome School Damage. 13 November 2018 ·. Friday! FRI, 16 NOV 2018. Straight Arrows Melbourne album launch! Collingwood, VIC, Australia.
School Damage is a great debut album that may be a one-off or it may be the start of something beautiful. Either way, the album and the band are fine additions to the steady stream of first-rate noisy indie pop flowing out from down under. 1 No Ideas Left School Damage 1:49. 2 The Bus School Damage 2:28. 3 Gasbagging School Damage 2:14. 4 Tall Poppies School Damage 2:54. 5 Grown Ups School Damage 2:1. 6 Online Shopping School Damage 3:13. 7 Cloudy Skies School Damage 2:6. 8 Particles School Damage 2:10
School Damage (2) – School Damage. Label: Anti Fade Records – ANT - 038. Format: Cassette, Album. Artwork – Carolyn Hawkins. Bass Guitar – Dani Damage. Guitar, Vocals – Jake Robertson. Keyboards, Vocals – Carolyn Hawkins. Mixed By, Mastered By – Mikey Young. Recorded By – Billy Gardner (2). Notes.
School Damage carve out their own space in the flood of bands by having two really strong songwriters and a very tight and tough ys setup. Carolyn Hawkins (of Chook Race) writes very nice melodies and slightly whimsical words, and sings in a candy-sweet fashion. Jake Robertson (of Ausmuteants) balances her style with a shouty, insistent punk approach that might be a bit much over the course of an entire album, but works perfectly in this setting