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U.K.-based punk trio, No See Ums, just unleashed their debut album, Elephants at the Airport. A 9-track ride that boasts an anthemic and raw sound, this is a dynamic set of tracks that serve as an impressive display of songwriting. Elements of Punk, Garage Rock, and straight-up Rock n Roll all make a presence here. The band shines brightly by being able to blend all of these styles into one killer sound that will leave you wanting more. What a debut!

Pulling from influences of the early days of Punk, No See Ums delivers a sound that feels nostalgic while at the same time new. Each track comes fully equipped with ripping instrumentals, poppy vocal flows, and unique transitions. Add in the spot-on production work and clever writing style, and you're left with a killer new album that any fan of the genre is going to love. Another huge aspect that we dig about this album is that it feels complete and full.

Each track slows seamlessly into the next here. For a debut, that can be really hard to accomplish. Unlike a random collection of songs, Elephants at the Airport feels very intentional. We're not sure what the band has planned next, but we can't wait to hear more!

You can jam along to the new album in its entirety below. We also added a couple of our personal favorites to our Underground Punk playlist on Spotify. If you like what you hear, make sure to follow No See Ums so you can stay on top of what else they have going on. Enjoy!

No See Ums - "Elephants at the Airport"



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