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Swingin´ Utters
Swingin´ Utters
After over 20 years as a band, including an eight year break from recording, the Swingin’ Utters return with their most polished record to date. Swingin’ Utters have become more of a punk institution than a band. As their style has shifted from classic punk to a more roots rock-oriented sound, their albums have felt increasingly like visits from old, dear friends, showing up every once in a while a little older and more comfortable with who they are, but at their core, they’re still the same bunch of guys you’ve known all along. This sentiment continues to ring true on their latest album, Here, Under Protest. The album paints a picture of a band that’s older and wiser, delivering sage advice from the punk trenches to a younger generation that’s still trying to find their way in this world. It is the most mature-sounding record the band has released to date.
Forming in the late 80′s in California, $wingin’ Utter$ have been stalwarts of the punk scene and sound for many years. The Swingin' Utters have been described as Street Punk/Folk/Oi/Hot-rod-cow-punk. With a little twang and a lot of attitude, this band has moved from sounding like they belong in the punk scene of the 1970s to a more contemporary and melodic outfit. Signing to Fat Wreck Chords in their early years, the band has been somewhat dormant for the last 6 years or so. Every member has a side-project. Johnny “Peebucks” Bonnel, the frontman of the group, also fronts Druglords Of The Avenues. Bonnel, along with guitarist Darius Koski and bassist Spike Slawson have another project called Filthy Thievin’ Bastards, while Slawson is also known as the frontman for Me First and the Gimme Gimmes. Drummer Greg McEntee holds down the skins in L.A.-based psychobilly outfit Viva Hate, Lowdowns and fills in for numerous other bands. Slawson and Jack Dalrymple (guitarist) are also in the Re-Volts. After these countless side-projects, the band decided it was time to come home again, and recommit themselves to the Utters.

Johnny Peebucks - vocals
Darius Koski - guitar/vocals
Greg McEntee - drums
Miles Peck - bass
Jack Dalrymple - guitar

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