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Cassette Store Day is apparently a thing, and Beach Slang covered Dramarama’s “Anything, Anything” for it
You have probably heard of Record Store Day, the event in which numerous artists release new material every April as a way to celebrate independent record stores. What you might not have known is that there is also a similar celebration for tape heads called, you guessed it, Cassette Store Day.
This year Cassette Store Day takes place on October 17 and in honor of the celebration Philly’s Beach Slang will release a cassette of cover songs called Here I Made This For You. Earlier this week the band released their version of Dramarama’s “Anything, Anything” — which you can check out below.
The hard-working punk rockers will also be releasing their debut full length The Things We Do To Find People Like Us on October 30 via Polyvinyl Records. You can listen to the album’s first single, “Bad Art & Wierdo Ideas” below.
If all that isn’t enough to get you pumped for a fall full of Beach Slang, the band are also set to play First Unitarian Church on December 19 alongside Tim Kasher. For more information on that show click here.