News Labels New Beach Slang this fall on Tiny Engines

New Beach Slang this fall on Tiny Engines

Posted June 25, 2014, 8:37 p.m. in Labels by Loren
New Beach Slang this fall on Tiny Engines

Philadelphia's Beach Slang haev announced a new record this fall on new label Tiny Engines. 


The band, including members James Snyder (Weston), JP Flexner (Ex-Friends), and Ed McNulty (Crybaby) previously released the Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? 7" on Dead Broke Rekerds.

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