Take in the vintage punk influences on Ex Friends' newest single "Fadeage" - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart
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Philly punks Ex Friends are mending acquaintanceships with the release of their single “Fadeage (City Inspector)” out via Alternative Press today.

It will be featured band’s latest EP, Animal Needs, which is set for release on 7-inch vinyl on May 13. However, “Fadeage (City Inspector)” gives us plenty to digest until then. The tune starts out with a guitar build up while symbols introduce singer Joel Tannenbaum’s raspy, in-your-face vocals. The song calms down a bit later in the track with the addition of a sax and melodic ahhh’s from bassist Audrey Crash.

“Fadeage (City Inspector)” has got that modern Philly-punkness to it, but somehow puts an older twist with obvious Clash influences. (Seriously though, listen to track next to “Career Opportunities”.) The band plays Kung Fu Neckgtie on May 21st with Shell Corporation; for tickets and more info on the show, check the XPN Concert Calendar. Listen to “Fadeage (City Inspector)” here via Alt Press.

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