by Jen Dan Mar 17, 2017


The Austin, Texas-based act mixes punk and hardcore on upcoming album Somewhere Near The Bottom out March 24th.

Austin, Texas-based (skate)-punk band Despero is gearing up to release its album, Somewhere Near The Bottom, on March 24th via La Escalera Records. 

Despero features past and current members of The Anchor and The Capitalist Kids.  The band is influenced by ‘90s punk and hardcore acts like Avail, Good Riddance, 88 Fingers Louie, early AFI, and Strung Out.

Somewhere Near The Bottom can be pre-ordered at La Escalera Records’ Bandcamp.  Stream it here:

Track Listing:

1. The Bullets
2. Tiny Victories
3. This Is Everything
4. All My Friends Are Bartenders
5. War Of Oklahoma
6. Sinking Ship
7. Straight Pushin'
8. TV Gold
9. Living The Stupid Dream

Line up:

Vocals - Brady Black
Bass, Backing Vocals - Micah Hayes
Guitar - Ron Hall
Drums - Ky Williams

Despero will also be performing at La Escalera Fest 6 on Saturday, April 15 - Soda Bar (San Diego) - 21+

More info can be on La Escalera Fest - April 14 - 16 / San Diego & Tiajuana can be found here

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