Pop punk band Pully is celebrating their 20th anniversary as a band and will be releasing their new album, No Change in the Weather, on November 18th via Cyber Tracks. We knew they were going to release new material soon, just didn’t know when. Now we do!
Limited edition vinyl (electric blue, milky clear, smoke), CDs, signed CDs, and all that are now available for pre-order through the label’s website.
“We’ve written new music over the years that we were sitting on,” explains vocalist and Los Angeles Angels’ bullpen coach Scott Radinsky. “The lack of a label and having to put it out ourselves had slowed things down the past few years, but the desire to get into the studio has always been there,” he adds.
Pulley wrote and arranged the music themself before laying it down with Matt Hyde (Deftones, Slayer, Strung Out) behind the console and Ryan Greene (Megadeth, NOFX, Bad Religion) behind the mixing console. From the anthemic “No “I” in Team” to the stellar harmonies in “Different” to the throbbing drums and guitar solos in “Farewell” to the dueling guitars in “The Other Side of Silence” – Pulley has picked up where they left off with their classic SoCal punk rock formula.
Pulley formed after Scott Radinsky departed from Ten Foot Pole. Their initial lineup included Jordan Burns (Strung Out) on drums, Jim Cherry (formerly of Strung Out) on guitar, Matt Riddle (formerly of Face to Face and No Use For A Name) on bass, and guitarist Mike Harder. Epitaph Records released their debut album Esteem Driven Engine in 1996.
They have some dates that they are playing but nothing on the East Coast yet. Maybe they will play Punk Rock Bowling or something if that happens again in Asbury Park…and if it does, hopefully I don’t get a stomach bug during it again. But who knows with Scott’s baseball schedule.
Nov 04 Maui Sugar Hill Saloon – Tarzana, CA
Dec 02 Alex’s Bar – Long Beach, CA
Dec 10 Brick by Brick – San Diego, CA
Dec 17 The Karman Bar – San Clemente, CA