Beach Slang contribute final track of Lame-O Records charity split
Lame-O Records six-way charity split for United Cerebral Palsy brought together a handful of local talent for the album Strength in Weakness, (not to mention selling out all vinyl copies in less than nine hours) and the last track has finally been released via Vice. The album in it’s entirety will hit Bandcamp on Feb. 3.
Beach Slang, an alt-rock trio from Philly known for their loud, angsty sound, conquered a relatively more reflective and mellow track for the split, titled “Too Late to Die Young.”
Focused around “broken hope,” lead vocalist James Alex explained in the in-studio interview below that the track fits well with the general persona of the band.
Bandmate JP Flexner added, “The music scene in Philly is world-class. I don’t think I could go anywhere else in the world and play music and still have as much fun as I do here.”