Montreal’s The Speakeasy Debut Exciting New Self-Titled Album

For Fans Of: NOFX, Lagwagon, Sum 41

Montreal’s The Speakeasy have just released their self-titled debut album, via Thousand Islands Records.

Whether you’re a seasoned fan of punk, folk, or anything in between, prepare to have your musical world shaken up by The Speakeasy.

Each track on their inaugural LP is a carefully crafted story, weaving together elements of nostalgia, passion, and a touch of the unknown. With their distinctive sound, The Speakeasy invites listeners into a world where musical boundaries dissolve.

Hailing from the vibrant punk scene of Montreal’s north shore, The Speakeasy is a punk rock quintet best known for their energetic live performances with their blend of heavy skatepunk. With a collective punk rock journey spanning over two decades, the band officially came to life in November 2017.

Two EPs marked their journey, leaving a trail of chaotic footprints on the punk landscape. After a few noteworthy festivals such as the Pouzza Fest, Music 4 Cancer and Festirock, The Speakeasy gained more and more attention on the punk rock scene by delivering a full electrifying live performance.

Thrusting themselves into the spotlight, The Speakeasy signed with Thousand Islands Records for their second release, a partnership that echoes their rebellious spirit. But this isn’t just about record deals; it’s about breaking the chains of creative confinement. The Speakeasy’s music is a call to unity, a rebellion against the norm. Their new, self-titled LP, a departure from the concept album format, is a declaration of freedom from rigid rules. It’s a raw expression of life’s kaleidoscope inspired by passion, the pandemic, the grind of work, the struggles of mental health, the grip of addiction, the complexities of love, the allure of sex, and the resilience found in getting knocked down and rising again. Their music isn’t just a soundtrack; it’s a celebration of punk spirit that invites you to join their revolution. The stage is set, the amps are buzzing, and The Speakeasy is ready to ignite.

What do you think of their debut album?

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