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"With its swaggering rhythm and guitars that go from crunch to twinkle, there’s a vintage vibe to the dissolving romance of the lyrics."                            -- Consequence of sound

"It’s full of eager exuberance and exhilaration that makes you long for the thrill of teenagedom - anxieties and all."  -- The 405


Goodbye Love is the brand new album from New York City's hardest-working band, Dirty Fences! Due out October 27th via NYC’s own Greenway Records, it’s the band’s third studio album and comes as a follow-up to 2013's Too High To Kross (Volcom) and 2015's Full Tramp (Slovenly). The album is available on limited-edition splatter vinyl, cassette, CD and digitally.

Dirty Fences are a quintessential New York band: the kind the city is known for producing; the band you’d want to hear blasting out the PA at some dive bar that is beyond capacity before they even take stage. They often refer to themselves as a gang, and that mentality is evident in every meaty riff and perfectly-executed harmony on Goodbye Love. It’s a perfect slice of wax that evokes early American rock and punk acts such as Redd Kross, The MC5, and Johnny Thunders — whilst showing an obsession with early KISS and Motley Crüe through the lens of The Dictators and Ramones — but the band still manages to maintain an identity all their own on the new record.