Brooklyn, NY’s Pass Away started as an idea between Mike Ireland and Kellen Robson of I Am The Avalanche and Eric Fairchild of Crime In Stereo.
The guys wanted to do a band that was strictly for fun and a total escape from daily work life and stresses. A common love for 90s West Coast punk and the Replacements was the main influence for the first 2 EPs. ‘Hey Death’ was released in 2015 on Black Numbers and was well-received. Lots of shows and even more writing followed. The ‘Sink Your Hooks In’ EP came next in 2016 and offered a more dynamic shift in songwriting and more balanced sound within the band.
With the new full-length ‘The Hell I’ve Always Seen’ (out May 25th on Suburbia Records) Pass Away has truly found their sound. The record has a personality of its own and a vulnerability that’s been missing in punk music.
Check out the new track “Brooklyn Sky” on New Noise: https://newnoisemagazine.com/
Pre-order ‘The Hell I’ve Always Seen’ here: https://suburbiarecords.
2. Minus The Care
3. Crypt Keeper
4. Brooklyn Sky
5. Grinning Ghosts
6. St Piracci
7. Terrible Feelings
8. Call The Guy
9. Town’s End
11. Totally Fucked
12. John Dice
13. Drinking, Smoking, Listening
14. Thousand Oaks