In my humble opinion these are some of my favorite pop punk records that just didn't get the recognition they deserved and now I have a warehouse full of them. The band broke up before they could truly catch their stride and become the band that they were destined to be.
With this pack you get:
Late Nite Wars "Who's Going To Miss You If You Go?" LP
"Who's Going To Miss You If You Go?" marks Late Nite Wars' first crack at a full-length release, following up 2010's "It's Okay Or Even Worse" EP, also released by Panic Records. The album, lyrically, is a cross section of the life of struggling young bands everywhere, weighing the pros and cons of forty-hour weeks and perilous tales of late night van failures that cause ill-fated tours. Musically, Late Nite Wars expand on a signature sound that they have spent the years since their inception honing. It is easily one of my favorite releases of last year.
Late Nite Wars - Who's Going To Miss You...(Bonus Tracks) - 7"
Originally intended for the full length this 7" includes 2 songs weren't finished in time and so this special 7" was born. Limited to 300 copies only on White vinyl and featuring guest vocals from Travis of Piebald / TS & The Past Haunts fame.
Late Nite Wars - It's Okay, Or Even Worse - 7"
Since their inception Late Nite Wars has worked tirelessly to do what they love to do, play honest music from the heart. "It's Okay Or Even Worse" is a great example of the hard work that goes into being LATE NITE WARS.
Also included is a digital download for all three records.