Potty Mouth | photo by Naz Massaro | courtesy of the artist
Pop-punk trio Potty Mouth uplifts their community with “Let Go,” a new song ahead of benefit comp
Los Angeles pop-punk trio Potty Mouth’s latest single “Let Go” is the group’s first track of the new year and a preview of Sunday, Someday, a compilation album supporting LGBTQ youth. “Sunday, Someday” features a group of musician friends alongside Potty Mouth, including Nervus, KOJI, Solstice Ray and Full on Mone’t. The project comes after the cancellation of the tour they were set to go on, resulting in a virtual collaboration beginning in April 2020.
“Let Go” is an energetic introduction for Potty Mouth to the project, with a catchy distorted guitar riff guiding the track behind the defiant and contrasting vocals of lead vocalist Abby Weems. Weems spoke about the collaboration via the project’s website:
“It’s exciting to work on something with people I feel so connected to and understood by. This release is an opportunity for all of us to use our collective passions, skills, and resources to support each other as artists and as people with our own personal needs.
The record will raise funds for a member of the group’s top surgery and aftercare, a cause that emphasizes the notion of coming together to support one another as musicians and people through mutual aid and community care: Koji spoke to this via a press release:
“This is not a record of and for the music industry. This record is a celebration of living in community and a project that asks what world is possible when everyone’s needs are met?”
“Sunday, Someday” is set to release on March 26 and is available for pre-order here.