You may remember that a couple of days ago I featured a song titled A Conversation With Billy Bragg About The Purpose Of Art and admitted it was the title that caught my eye and drew me in. Well the same thing has happened again and happily it's led to me hearing another great song.
Space Age Zeros are a quintet from Chicago who are recently formed and who play a catchy mix of pop punk and power pop with influences ranging from The Ramones, The Queers & Screeching Weasel to Material Issue and The Goo Goo Dolls.
They've just released a new ep titled Blast Off! It's a strong debut, 4 tracks of easy on the ear punk music about love and heartbreak. It's available on cd and as a digital download via Ramonescore Radio & Wellsville Records : https://rcrr-wellsvillerecords.bandcamp.com/album/space-age-zeros-blast-off-rcrr-010
This is the opening track, it kicks into gear with an unsuccessful phone call requesting an after show meal with the person in the song's title and goes on to deal with the sort of day dreaming we've all been guilty of down the years. This is On A Date With Suzi Moon...