It’s been nearly 40 years since Milo Goes to Faculty and 25 since Every little thing Sucks, however Descendents are coming again this summer time with a (sort of) new album, ninth & Walnut.
Named after their previous apply house in Lengthy Seashore, California, the 18 tracks have been recorded method again in 2002 by the band’s 4 unique members, together with the late guitarist Frank Navetta and bassist Tony Lombardo, together with the everlasting fixtures of drummer Invoice Stevenson and vocalist Milo Aukerman.
Forward of the July 23 launch (on Epitaph Data), the band unveiled “Child Doncha Know,” one among their early tunes that will probably be featured on ninth & Walnut.
“’Child Doncha Know’ was perhaps the fifth music we realized,” Stevenson mentioned in an announcement. “We’d exit to ninth & Walnut each weekend and apply all day. I primarily simply keep in mind being in awe of how ‘a child my age, who goes to my highschool’ might have written all these cool songs. Frank appeared to have a maturity past his years. I by no means requested him who or what it was about. I used to be simply completely happy to be there with him and Tony.”
Take a look at the brand new monitor under.
In October, we spoke with Aukerman concerning the EP he launched on whereas taking part in songs solely on ukulele and you’ll learn that here.
See the complete tracklisting for ninth & Walnut under.
“You Make Me Sick”
“Child Doncha Know”
“Uninterested in Being Drained”
“Just like the Means I Know”
“It’s A Hectic World”
“To Keep in mind”
“It’s My Hair”
“I Want Some”
“Journey the Wild”
“Glad All Over (Dave Clark 5 cowl)”