The So So Glos

The So So Glos

“Kamikaze has a slightly slicker, glammier edge than its predecessors, as well as some unobtrusive strings on a couple of tracks, but the peppy backbeats, gang-shouted choruses, and fist-pumping enthusiasm remain.” Pitchfork

“Brooklyn’s The So So Glos deal in the most urgent, unfuckwithable pop-punk this side of the Replacements: gritty garage anthems that blaze through huge hooks and chant-along vocals so catchy they should be quarantined.” NME

“The So So Glos are amped up and ready to go.” Upset Magazine

“They continue to write overwhelmingly catchy and energetic songs full of anthemic shout-along choruses..” The 405

“This album is, without doubt, one of the best things you will hear this year.” Little Indie Blogs

The So So Glos are a rare breed. A band fighting apathy, a band intent on distracting and inspiring a generation away from their phones and their screens, dragging them out onto the street, dancing, fucking and fighting for a future. Are you ready to testify?

The New York rockers released their highly anticipated and critically acclaimed new album, ‘Kamikaze’ in 2016 on Votiv Music. Recorded with John Reis (Drive Like Jehu, Hot Snakes) and mixed by Mike Mogis (Bright Eyes, Rilo Kiley, Cursive), ‘Kamikaze’ features some of the Glos’ rawest songwriting yet that includes themes surrounding heartbreak, hurricanes, feminism, climate change, nervous breakdowns and more. There’s a glimpse into one band member’s stay at an inpatient mental rehabilitation center (‘Inpatient’), songs about feeling disillusioned by the concept of moral compromise, the dungeon that is the music business (‘Fool On the Street’), and songs about sticking to your missions (‘Missionary’).

With radio plays on Radio 1, Radio X, and K! Radio, and rave album reviews, the band tackle the very real problems of a world permanently glued to computers, phones and social media.

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