Cali skate punk vets Pulley will release a new album, The Golden Life, on May 13 via SBÄM Records (pre-order), and we're premiering the lyric video for the lead single/title track. As this song proves, they've still got the same knack for churning out fast-paced, melodic punk that they had on their classic '90s records. If you miss the glory days of Punk-O-Rama, these lifers still scratch the itch.

Frontman (and former Major League Baseball pitcher) Scott Radinsky had this to say about the new music:

Golden life,

Observing a generation of kids who have seemingly been robbed of an experience. Life without ease of access to good, and/or bad. Much of what they have seen in the world has been negative, unimaginable terrorist acts, war and violence, a division of people. In regards to music, our generation really had to earn it if we wanted to get a proper listen or visual. Technology, although having its good aspects, has removed an experience that offered a deeper appreciation of life.

Check out the new song and its lyric video (animated by Roland Pilz) below. Pulley also have upcoming Europe dates with Bad Religion and Pennywise (separately) and a Canadian tour, and posters for both treks are below too.

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