On Friday, Los Angeles punk rock band Sharp/Shock dropped their new single Endless Holiday. The new single was written, recorded and mixed by singer/guitarist Davey Warsop and mastered by Paul Miner (New Found Glory, Thrice).
Endless Holiday is available now on all digital platforms as well as a limited edition split 7″ with legendary Australian punk rock band Bodyjar released via Half Way Records.
As the band name suggests Sharp/Shock deliver punk rock direct and to the point. That’s exactly what the band have achieved with their new sing along anthem Endless Holiday.
Musically, it is exactly what you might expect from kids schooled early on The Jam and Stiff Little Fingers would sound like. Then, submerse that in the sun drenched beach cities of Southern Californian surf, skate and punk culture and the sounds of Social Distortion, The Descendents or early Green Day and you will find Sharp/Shock.
“I hopped the pond to LA from Birmingham England several years ago as the result of a record deal. After spending so much of my youth and young adulthood in soul-destroying jobs in a blue collar town in England, I basically feel like I’ve won the lottery because I now know what it’s like to live in a “destination” like LA.
So Endless Holiday Is about escapism… Just DREAMING of a more exciting existence than that slightly crappy mundane one that’s handed to so many of us. I was trying to write a song that could tap into that yearning I felt as a kid in England, to just get away from it all and start actually writing my life story!” – singer / guitarist Davey Warsop.