GRUMPSTER Release New Song ‘Looking Good’ Out Now Via Pure Noise Records

GRUMPSTER release new song ‘Looking Good’
Out now via Pure Noise Records
Listen to brand new single – HERE

Californian garage punk band GRUMPSTER have released a video for new single ‘Looking Good.’ The single is the band’s second release with new record label Pure Noise Records.

Speaking about the new single the band said ‘Looking Good is a song reflecting on a past relationship and exploring how that person had so many terrible qualities that you never thought to speak out about. It talks about all the time you just kept quiet, taking beating after beating (mentally) and how you wish you could get back at them. It’s kind of a revenge song.’

Watch the video for ‘Looking Good’ HERE or by clicking the image below.

Stream and buy the single – HERE

More new music will be coming from Grumpster in 2022.

Grumpster are:
 Falyn Walsh (bass and vocals)
Lalo Gonzalez Deetz (guitar)
Noel Agtane (drums)


Growing up in Salem, Massachusetts, with Green Day’s Dookie in heavy rotation, Walsh learned guitar on his own and fell hard for East Bay punk in all forms. In 2015, as a teenager, he plotted a trip out to San Francisco with a friend, scoping out the stages where bands like Operation Ivy and Crimpshine got their starts. Soon after returning home, Walsh bought a one-way ticket and decamped west permanently, picking up odd-end jobs, including at Guitar Center, to pay the bills.

Within a few months, Walsh crossed paths with Deetz, a guitarist from nearby Albany in whom they found a kindred spirit. Impossibly, when the pair got together to jam, they discovered they’d written near-identical songs, down to the chord progressions. Scouring the scene for a drummer who could match their preternaturally shared tempo, Walsh and Deetz eventually got in touch with Noel Agtane, a Bay Area native who’d drummed around town, across church bands, indie-alt group Oh My Heart, and pop-punk band Triples Alley. After getting a sample of his intimidating blast beats, the pair asked him to slow it down and were rewarded with the steady, studied, powerhouse percussion they’d been hearing in their heads all along.

From there, Grumpster’s been on one long upswing, three fast friends crafting rambunctious, mosh-ready, deliciously deadpan punk that they say stays friendly despite its edge – smiling big means showing some teeth, after all.

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