(Visalia, CA – 14th August, 2019) Manic Kat Records ska-punk outfit For The Record have released a new music video.

“Too Little, Too Late” is taken from The Mess They Call My 20’s, out now on Manic Kat Records.

The new EP is available now, via Spotify

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Formed in Visalia, California, For The Record is a 6-piece ska/punk band, delivering an engaging, energetic, and horn-fueled sound; a melting pot of expression and enthusiasm developed over eight years and three promising records.

Accessible, honest and high-octane tunes, influence from the likes of Streetlight Manifesto, Less Than Jake and Reel Big Fish shining through in all that For The Record does. The band’s new record is their most seasoned to date, a finely tuned celebration of horns and high-tempo pop-punk.

For The Record’s high-energy live show has become a staple of their identity and something that sits at the core of everything they do; indeed the energy present during For The Record’s live show is something they’ve transferred almost seamlessly to record, since the release of 2010’s ‘Still The Same’.

‘The Mess They Call My 20’s’ is out now, streaming in full via Spotify, with the music video for “Too Little, Too Late” premiering HERE.

For The Record is:

Asa Waggoner – Vocals/Guitar
David Casuga – Bass
Joseph Carlson – Drums
Niko East – Trombone/Vocals
Nathaniel “Becky” Mauldin – Saxophone
Jacob Porter – Trumpet


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