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Buffalo, New York’s Del Paxton released their first EP, Worst. Summer. Ever., in August of 2013. During that time the band played their worst shows and wrote their worst songs, but became the very best of bad friends.
Many bands in the ever fickle pop-punk or emo genre tend to tout their pureness of heartbreak, but not Del Paxton. Less weathered bands perform with the fresh optimism of the first winter snow. Del Paxton is the gritty morning commute. Their newest songs are short angsty brushes of fury. The brush that cuts across your windshield as your head counts seconds, the scrape across your headlights as you run out of time. Del Paxton captures the intensity of impending lateness.
Their new album, All Day, Every Night, All Night, is out now.
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Dylan England (guitar/vocals)
Greg McClure (drums)
Zack Schoedel (bass/vocals)
"[All Day, Every Day, All Night] winds through upbeat melodies, succinct, clean beats, and striking, crisp sounds as it provides comfort in the uncertainty"
"An effervescent rocker that recalls The Promise Ring circa Nothing Feels Good, whimsical backing harmonies and all."
-AV Club (On "Take It To The Limit")
"Del Paxton's brand of emo/indie/you name it is infectious as it is heavy-hitting."