Swedish punk rock quintet, No Fun At All have released their first single along with their album announcement that’s received massive excitement since the drop on Friday. Within the first twenty-four hours, over 600 physical copy pre-orders were made along with smashing out an impressive fourteen-thousand plus views on YouTube. ‘Spirit’ is the first single release from the band in just under ten years, and their return is welcomed by fans around the world. Releasing on April 13th, upcoming album Grit is a huge step forward for the early 90’s band in the modern industry of music.
‘Spirit’ is of high-energy, representing the growth and progression of the punk rock genre during the decade of silence. The video, highlighting the intense atmosphere surrounding their live shows, ‘Spirit’ is an authentic nostalgic kick back into the 90’s with a modern spin and twist on their music. Wonderfully produced with percussion drums bringing that almighty punch to their music, No Fun At All prove that their distinctive sound that brought them high praise in the early years of their career is far from finished and that the 12 track album is going to be huge.
Previously launching themselves to be precursors in the early stages of the punk rock era within Europe, No Fun At All sought high demand, praise and fans after their 1994 release of No Straight Angels where they began headlining stages around the world. Calling it a day on their musical journey in 2001, it wasn’t until 2004 did the band get back together for a show in the spring of 2004 that the band rekindled their love and enjoyment for playing live music. Through a light advancement, the band saw themselves taking part in shows from 2004 to 2017, and after a line-up change in 2016 saw two long-term members took a step back, No Fun At All recruited bassist and guitarist Stefan Bratt from Atlas Losing Grip and Fredrik Eriksson of Twopointeight. With their fresh enthusiasm and passion, No Fun At All hit Soundlab Studio with Mathias Farm from Millencolin to start putting together their 12 track album, Grit. Released through Bird Attack Records, Grit will be available on vinyl, CD and digital downloads on April 13th.
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