Little Rocket Records bands Airstream Futures and Mean Caesar are hitting the road together in January. Mean Caesar released their debut EP back in October and Airstream Futures released a brand new 7" Single titled If I / PR Nightmares in July. Check out the details of the tour below.
Thu - 17/01 - Le Pub - Newport
Frid - 18/01 - New Cross Inn - London
Sat - 19/01 - Cavern Club - Exeter
Sun - 20/01 - Mothers Ruin - Bristol
Mon - 21/01 - Conroy’s Basement - Dundee
Tue - 22/01 - Bannermans - Edinburgh
We - 23/01 - Wharf Chambers - Leeds
Thu - 24/01 - The Cherry Moon Shop - Bolton
Fri - 25/01 - Old Town House - Warrington
Sat - 26/01 - Mama Liz’s - Stamford
Sun - 27/01 - The Fighting Cocks - Kingston
Airstream Futures is a rock/punk/alternative band from Chicago, Illinois. The members are Devon Carson (vocals), Jeff Dean (guitar, vocals), Katie Karpowicz (bass), and Michael Soucy (drums).
Airstream Futures recorded a full-length album, Spirale Infernale, released via Paper + Plastick Records in December, 2017. In May, 2018, they self-released a limited-edition cassette, En Avoir Marre, with 2 LP songs, 1 studio outtake, and 3 unreleased live songs recorded at Liars Club in Chicago. This 7” vinyl release is a limited edition of 300 random coloured vinyl available via Little Rocket Records with new songs If I and PR Nightmares.
The tracks were recorded by Guitarist Jeff dean and the record produced by Derek Grant from Alkaline Trio and Rodrigo Palma from Saves the Day.
Airstream Futures has performed in the UK, Canada, and many U.S. cities with bands such as The Descendants, Pegboy, Alkaline Trio, Hot Water Music, and The Bollweevils. Airstream Futures is scheduled to perform this October at The Fest in Gainesville, Florida and most recently at Montreal's premier Festival Pouzza.
The Single is available here:
Video: Airstream Futures - If I
Devon said - The song is about the fight against depression and anxiety, wanting to do all the things you love but can’t. It’s a war in your brain and body, and sometimes you win and sometimes you lose.
Video Credit - Derek Grant (Alkaline Trio)
South London juggernauts Mean Caesar have been tearing their way through the grimiest clubs and loudest bars South of the river since the start of 2018. Their debut EP, self-titled ‘Mean Caesar’, deals with London’s darker side and personal loss, attaining nosebleed-reaching dimensions. Asserting an amplified, technically informed, yet polish-free style, the band proves their punk mastery while retaining all of their raw, buzzed-out power.
Opening for the likes of Red City Radio, Apologies, I Have None and The Copyrights, vocalist Danny Lester, guitarists Oliver Ward and David Littlefair, bassist Stu Henson and drummer Stu Morrison have spent their time in the practice room studying the controlled power of their mentors. For the self-titled debut, their goal was to make the music “hooky as hell, with an urgency to it,” as frontman Lester says, and they tasked veteran post-hardcore engineer Joe Watson with helping them achieve a muscular bite. In typical fashion of their former bands, the music rejects any hints of pretention.
First single ‘South London Summer ‘epitomizes this; an insatiable sharpness of a track, about finding a gang where you feel at home. “I’m thankful every day that this bunch of misfits happened to cross my way / We’d prop up the Monty bar where talking endless shit can get you far / We’d toast our failures in the park and wonder reckless streets in the dark,” Lester croons on the rampageous track.
Get the EP here –
Video – South London Summer –