Posted in music | tour dates on September 21, 2013

Nude Beach at 285 Kent in 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro)
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Nude Beach flyer

Last month, we announced that the next BrooklynVegan-curated installment of the Red Bull Sound Select series would happen on September 30 at Music Hall of Williamsburg with co-headliners The Bouncing Souls and Gaslight Anthem frontman Brian Fallon, plus opener Aye Nako and one more opener TBA. We're now pleased to announce that the second opener is Brooklyn power pop trio Nude Beach, who just played Mercury Lounge last night (9/20).

Doors for the MHOW show open at 6:30 PM and the music starts at 8. Like all RBSS shows, admission is $3 at the door. First come, first served. Hope to see you there.

Meanwhile, The Bouncing Souls recently announced that they're releasing a split 7" with Philly punks The Menzingers (who have toured with the Souls and opened their holiday shows). The split comes out on November 5 via The Bouncing Souls' Chunksaah Records, and features both bands covering each other, plus an original song by each band. Check out the artwork and tracklist below.

The Bouncing Souls and The Menzingers join forces for Reading, PA's East Coast Tsunami Fest this Friday (9/27), where they're playing with Fucked Up, Street Dogs, Man Overboard and more (tickets), plus both bands play The Fest in Gainesville.

About a month after The Fest, The Menzingers return to NYC for a previously discussed Bowery Ballroom (11/29) show. Tickets for that show are still available.

Some Nude Beach song streams and the Bouncing Souls/Menzingers split info below...

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Nude Beach - "Walkin' Down My Street"

Nude Beach - "Some Kinda Love"

Nude Beach - "What Can Ya Do"

Nude Beach - "I'm Giving Up"

Bouncing Souls Menzingers

Bouncing Souls/Menzingers Tracklist:
1. Bouncing Souls - Blackout
2. Bouncing Souls - Burn After Writing
3. Menzingers - The Shakes
4. Menzingers - Kate Is Great

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Comments (2)

Great band

Posted by Anonymous | September 21, 2013 11:21 PM

It way cool to share their record, enabling more people to hear these awesome songs, but YouTube pays less than sh*t for streaming royalties, so please everyone go to their shows or buy a T-shirt. This is a band that truly deserves support. - just an idealistic old school punk.

Posted by Cnutt | October 18, 2014 12:48 PM

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