Neverlearn – The ‘Start Tomorrow’ EP.
Cover photo credit: Juha Kuusela.
Somewhere in the forestation of Finland there’s a search and rescue in operation tracking down Metal bands that got lost during their photo shoots, but these Punks needn’t worry about such travesties. Skate-punkers Neverlearn are too busy paying homage to the golden age of said genre and keeping the sound of 90’s so-cal Skate Punk alive and well.
The Start Tomorrow EP was released in August this year and travels through the generation’s finest influences and sub-genre cross-overs.
On opening we’re treated to a straight four-chord mini-anthem ranting on pessimism and procrastination setting the tone for the EP. Every great Punk album needs an intro tune like this, Green Day‘s Dookie, On The Impossible Past by The Menzingers and All Killer No Filler of Sum 41 all opened with that “meh, fuck it!” track which instantly made for relatable listening and comfort for the disenfranchised, by letting them know they’re weren’t alone.
The rest of the EP can speak for itself as I’m sure you will (or you’d better) find out. It’s the perfect collage of early 90’s Face To Face and Jawbreaker to the more modern persuasion of Set Your Goals or Pour Habit.
Start Tomorrow would be right at home on ’89 -’91 Lookout comp or on a Tony Hawks Pro Skater soundtrack and is available now, so bookmark your PornHub tab and grab a copy today.
Find the band below:
- For updates head to Facebook and Instagram.
- To download the EP and the bands other releases, head to bandcamp.
- For streaming head to Soundcloud, Spotify and their Youtube Channel.