Winnipeg punk powerhouse duo, Mobina Galore, have already had a big 2017 with the release of their explosive new full length, Feeling Disconnected, on New Damage Records, plus nearly non stop touring across North America and Europe. Now Mobina Galore has announced yet another massive run of North American tour dates for the summer
The Punk Site Review of Feeling Disconnected is here and the LP can purchased and streamed here
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Winnipeg punk powerhouse duo, Mobina Galore, have already had a big 2017 with the release of their new full length, Feeling Disconnected, plus nearly non-stop touring with the likes of Against Me! and Milk Teeth. Now Mobina Galore have released a music video for Suffer, one of the razor sharp blasts of melodic punk from Feeling Disconnected.
Feeling Disconnected is available digitally here and physically here
The Punk Site review of Feeling Disconnected can be found here
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Mobina Galore are a Canadian duo made up of guitarist and vocalist Jenna Preistner and drummer Marcia Hanson, they have recently released their sophomore album, Feeling Disconnected, via New Damage Records, this follows on from their 2014 debut full length, Cities Away. Feeling Disconnected is something of a loose concept album, the album is centred around around a theme of detachment, from being far from friends and family due to heavy touring, to being cut off in an often overlooked hometown and even dealing with the isolation of being an female duo in a male dominated scene.
Feeling Disconnected kicks things off with Start All Over, this is as solid a slice of intense pissed off punk rock as you’ll hear in 2017, the whole album is a cathartic blast from start to end. It channels all the hard edged elements of punk rock into it’s ten tracks, from the old school punk rock of Going Out Alone, through the intense hardcore influenced Spend My Day and onto the triumphant Better Days. There’s even a hidden track that follows on at the end of the album, a track which I’ve decided is called The Fourth Of July, as that is main theme from the track, but also as this album is an exorcising of past trauma, it means that, to paraphrase a well known movie, this is their Independence Day.
Feeling Disconnected is an album centred around being an outsider and that sense of otherness that belonging to a subculture can sometimes cause, but as I can testify it’s not necessarily a bad thing in the long term, and in the case of this album its definitely a positive. Whilst some let a sensation of detachment drag them down, Mobina Galore seem to be positively fuelled by it, Feeling Disconnected has built from the promise shown on the teaser EP, Singles And B-Sides, that was released last year. Mobina Galore have delivered an album that doesn’t disappoint on any level, it is a raw and heartfelt punk rock album, and if you’re not familiar with this Canadian duo, then you really should rectify that.
Mobina Galore‘s website can be located here and New Damage Records web presence can be found here
Feeling Disconnected can be purchased here
Winnipeg punk powerhouse duo, Mobina Galore, are releasing their furious new full length, Feeling Disconnected, today via New Damage Records, to celebrate, the band has released a full stream of the album via Brooklyn Vegan. Mobina Galore also have a lengthy run of North American tour dates to coincide with the release of Feeling Disconnected, including a run of shows supporting Against Me!, as well as an appearance at Punk Rock Bowling.
You can stream Feeling Disconnected via Brooklyn Vegan here
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Winnipeg’s resident punk rock powerhouse, Mobina Galore, have announced pre-orders for their volatile new album, Feeling Disconnected, that is due out on February 24th via New Damage Records. The formidable duo of Jenna Priestner (guitar/vocals) and Marcia Hanson (drums/back up vocals) have found the perfect balance of aggression and hooks on Feeling Disconnected
You can stream the track Going Out Alone, that is taken from the album, here
Feeling Disconnected can be pre-ordered here
Winnipeg’s resident punk rock powerhouse, Mobina Galore, have announced their volatile new album, Feeling Disconnected, due out February 24th via New Damage Records, with pre-orders available from February 10th. On Feeling Disconnected, the formidable duo of Jenna Priestner (guitar/vocals) and Marcia Hanson (drums/back up vocals) have found the perfect balance of aggression and hooks, a feat perfectly exemplified in their debut single, Going Out Alone.
Mobina Galore will be on tour with Against Me! In February and March
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Winnipeg punk duo, Mobina Galore, have announce their upcoming Singles & B-sides EP, due out December 2nd via New Damage Records. To celebrate the announcement, the band have released a new music video for the EP’s fuzz-drenched lead track, Spend My Day. The song perfectly captures Mobina Galore‘s knack for sharpening a tune to it’s aggressive core while always maintaining an impressive sense of melody. To support the release, Mobina Galore embark on a lengthy UK and European tour with Against Me! and Milk Teeth, starting in December.
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