neurowall asked: hi! i was wondering: will there ever be more "sissies rule" shirts? also, do you plan on coming to chicago at some point?
there will be more sissies rule shirts at some point in the near future, and we’ve been invited to play FED UP Fest in Chicago this July. we’re still waiting for all the details, but we are crossing our fingers and hoping we can make it out there!
Hey! We’re releasing our record at Agatha’s tour kickoff show. This will be one of our last shows for a good long while and it should be a pretty spectacular event!
Flyer by Pancakes
We are going on tour in March! Here are the dates! hopefully….!
Hey! Our drummers other project, AGATHA, are headed down the coast this Spring. These queers are down as fuck and put on an incredibly energetic live performance. Don’t miss this shit!
Thanks to everyone who helped us put this little mini tour together with Despise You & Transient.▲3 | reblog
"… punk is, as ever, dominated by straight, cis, white dudes. Also, for a subculture that purports to be different from the mainstream, there is an awful lot of racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, rape culture, etc., in the scene; not to mention your garden-variety punker-than-thou assholes thinking they get to decide who’s punk and who’s not. (Sing along with me: “You’re not punk, and I’m telling everyone.”) I get discouraged, too. But then something happens that makes me fall back in love with punk: I hear a kickass new album or read a zine that explodes in my heart like a Molotov cocktail, I go to a show where everyone dances to the music and buys each other drinks in between bands, I meet someone who is fighting the oppressive parts of the punk scene or someone who’s a dorky, fucked-up mess like I am. Something like that happens and I realize, yeah, there’s a lot of bullshit in punk but there’s a lot of good shit, too, and I can’t give up on it. I think it’s important for those of us who are railing against the negative aspects of punk to continue carving out space for ourselves and people like us; to continue trying to eradicate the racist, sexist, homophobic dude-bros from our scene. Yeah, we all need a break sometimes, we all need to step back from punk sometimes, but stepping back from it doesn’t mean giving it up forever. Even when I take a break from it, it’s in everything I do. Punk shaped me as a person, for better or worse.”
”Rust Belt Jessie, Reckless Chants No. 19: “History Lesson, Part 2”