Chousand

From the digital submissions: the triumphant pop-punk of Chousand

“I'm so dumb / I don't think before I speak,” proclaim the opening lines of “Cool Me,” the first track off the self-titled debut LP by Stamford, Connecticut’s Chousand. The rest of the 10 track debut follows the same route of self-deprecation so blunt that it inexplicably makes you smile, in true pop punk fashion. From the aggressively careless “Subaru” to the anxiety-ridden “I’m All Gums,” this album is a triumph — a tongue-in-cheek salute to shouting with a beer in your hand and a smile on your face. They will be playing their album release show at The Shamrock in Waterbury, CT on June 16th at 7 pm. Until then, stream all of Chousand below. - Lilly Milman

Chousand Brings Catchy Pop-Punk to The Shamrock in Waterbury, CT 12/30

Connecticut pop-punkers Chousand are dedicated to bringing you catchy, self-depricating songs about chasing girls, getting drunk, and growing up.  Too bad they're Ten Years Too Late, or at least that's what the title of their latest EP suggests.  Reminiscent of bands like old-school Blink 182 and The Vandals, Chousand will bring you back to the glory days of pop-punk with infectious guitar riffs, headbanging breakdowns, and endearing humor.  Check out their high-energy live show at The Shamrock in Waterbury, CT on 12/30, with Sex Bomb, Bearstronaut, and Andy Shea. -Brian Varneke

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