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Seattle noise punks Nail Polish share “Neighborhood Watch” from new cassette, touring West Coast (dates)

by Bill Pearis

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Seattle noise punks Nail Polish is the new project from James David Scheall, who you may remember from his other bands Wet Paint DMM and Footwork. The band are gearing up to release a new cassette via Help Yourself Records (who put out the first Chastity Belt and Childbirth releases). We’ve got the premiere of the shriiing-y, skronky, shouty, overcaffeinated “Neighborhood Watch” and you can listen to that below.

Nail Polish’s cassette will be out in early November, around the same time they’ll be heading out on a West Coast tour with Steal Shit Do Drugs and those dates are listed below.

Nov 4 Seattle WA @ Chop Suey TOUR KICKOFF w/ Ubu Roi
Nov 6 PDX @ Kenton Club w/ Draft Dodgers
Nov 7 Santa Rosa @ Atlas Coffee w/ Acrylics & Service
Nov 8 Oakland @ Vinyl w/ Robbery & Baus
Nov 9 LA @ The Griffin w/ Zig Zags
Nov 10 LA @ Ham and Eggs w/ Sextile & Ass Life
Nov 11 San Diego @ Soda Club w/ Teenage Burritos
Nov 12 San francisco @ TBD
Nov 13 Davis @ Chillanova House
Nov 14 Reno @ TBD

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