Portland, OR-based indie punk/rock band The Mistons reveal a raucous new tune.

Hailing from Portland, Oregon and influenced the their environs comes dark indie rock ‘n’ roll/punk outfit The Mistons.

The two-piece unleash passionate and raw music that pays homage to past acts from the Portland area.

The band explain, “We are trying to keep alive a music form, trying to keep it relative,” as old-school and modern collide on their tunes.

Rebel Noise is stoked to host the premiere of the raucous single “World of Convenience,” which is also the title track from their upcoming album.

The LP was recorded at Halfling Studio by Adam Lee and The Mistons and will be self-released on May 21st. 

On “World of Convenience” a barrage of wiry guitar angles jab the ears in a rapidly churning cycle. The fast-slapped drum beats also drive the song forward as the punk-spirited exclamations fly out with vehemence.

It’s a passionate tirade anchored by the relevant lyrics about self-imposed isolation in our fractured society/community.

Sean Croghan explains that the track is, A paranoid public service message. [It’s] is my take on delivery culture mixed with the growing fear of the outside world. We wrote this pre-pandemic. Even then I noticed more neighbors venturing out less, treating their neighborhood like a threat instead of as [a] community.”




Pre-Order World of Convenience: https://themistons.bandcamp.com/releases


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