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Monday, July 26, 2021

Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! Share New Single ‘Complete You’.

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The Dangerous Summer’s AJ Perdomo joins the French punks on their new single.

The French punk rockers have taken “easycore” to the next level with their latest single Complete You, (that features AJ Perdomo of The Dangerous Summer) a track from their upcoming fourth album Gone Are The Good Days, out July 30 via Fearless Records.

Complete You has a slightly retro vibe. It mixes shimmering melodies with gnarly breakdowns. The track includes… a sax solo. Yes, really! It’s a perfectly executed mix of heavy and heartfelt — with a decidedly ’80s pulse.

Gone Are the Good Days perfects the Paris-based band’s DNA-distinct blend of “easycore.” It’s teeming with incredibly catchy jams that invite you to pump your fist in the air, sing along, and dance like no one is watching!

Due to the pandemic, the writing process for Gone Are The Good Days happened remotely. Bertrand Poncet (vocals) and Bastien Lafaye (drums), handled most of that initial work, then swapped files with their bandmates, who were scattered in other areas. Chunk! No Captain Chunk! connected in person for a short stint at Alias Studio in January 2021.

This was the first time they’d all been in the same room for the last four years. Making Gone Are The Good Days was redemption in numerous ways. “The album was a way for us to turn the 2020 bullshit into a better mindset to give us a better future,” Bert says. Chunk pulled off a magic trick with their long-awaited fourth LP, staying true to their pop-punk path while finding brand new avenues to travel down. 

Pre-order Gone Are The Good Days HERE.

Listen to/download Complete You HERE.

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