We Are The Union, Catbite, Kill Lincoln

Fri, Jun 30, 2023 Show 8:00 pm Doors 7:00 pm Crystal Ballroom All Ages
We Are the Union, Catbite, Kill Lincoln


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We Are The Union, Catbite, Kill Lincoln

with Bad Operation
and The Pomps

We Are The Union
Drawing heavily on ska, pop, & punk, WATU’s 2021 full length, ‘Ordinary Life,’ balances soul crushing lyrics about dysphoria & heartbreak w/ endless hooks & furiously catchy choruses. The album, which serves as vocalist Reade Wolcott’s coming out as a trans woman, was recorded in secret in a rented house in Joshua Tree w/ producer Jon Graber. ‘Ordinary Life’ releases June 4th via Bad Time Records.

Catbite is a neo-two tone ska band from Philadelphia formed in may of 2018. Influenced by the jolting energy of The Specials, The Selector’s Edged lyrics, and Elvis Costello‘s love of melody, the group cranks out short, catchy tunes that usually have a deeper meaning… and sometimes don’t. The band’s debut self-titled LP was released in 2019 on Bad Time Records and has sold out of the first 2 pressings with the 3rd pressing available now. The highly anticipated sophomore album, “Nice One”, also released on bad time records, was released on August 6, 2022 and was accompanied with a sold out hometown show, and followed by extensive touring. Nice One includes hits like “Call Your Bluff”, “Excuse Me Miss”, and the soulful rocksteady tune, “Bad Influence”. You can catch Catbite bringing their energetic live show all over the United States, Canada, and Australia this year.

Kill Lincoln blends no-bullshit ska-punk with addictive rock anthems, throwing in the energy of a basement hardcore show for good measure. Their recklessly fun punk ethics collide with quality musicianship, sounding like the bastard son of Kid Dynamite and Streetlight Manifesto.

If you’re not circle-pitting then you’re probably screaming along, and humming the horn lines while you’re nursing your hangover the next day. Mixing in elements of hardcore, skate punk, and pop-punk, there’s something for everyone…as long as everyone likes it fast and fun.