Future Punx

Premiere DateMay 16, 2016
Categories Media Music
00:00 Intro
00:43 Introducing Future Punx
02:09 999 Future Punx
07:05 Mic Break
07:26 Interview with Bassist, Chris Pickering, from Future Punx
25:12 Mic Break
25:24 Outro
27:00 Post Wave Future Punx
30:02 Endless Growth Future Punx
32:42 Travel With Our Mind Future Punx
33:48 Manhattan Lover Boy Future Punx
38:17 Any Other Way Future Punx
40:58 We'll Play Future Punx
44:11 Grand Scheme Future Punx
48:20 The Joke Future Punx
51:28 I've Been Wrong Before Future Punx
55:06 Ever You Go Future Punx
57:10 How To Dance Future Punx
60:42 No Safety Net Future Punx
62:16 Ahead Of Yourself Future Punx
65:27 Pre Wave Future Punx
67:57 Finish

Yay, you’re back! Welcome to BTRtoday’s Discovery Corner podcast brought to you by, Levi’s.

Future Punx are the punks of the future. They play post-wave tunes that possess any listener into dancing-It’s a blessing and a curse.

Photo courtesy of Peter Senzamici

The band consist of Chris Pickering on bass, Jason Kelly on drums, Jake Pepper on guitar, and Heather Strange on synth. They travel with their own fog machine and lightening rig to make sure their show is like no other!

“We’re usually the oddballs out at shows,” Pickering confesses about playing live. “We set up all these lights and we have all this stuff—we don’t just wear our street clothes on stage, we dress-up and we dance around and hope you dance too.”

And that’s no exaggeration. Future Punx put on a killer live show that you most definitely will not want to miss!

Photo courtesy of Future Punx

They’re currently on tour, so follow them on all the social media outlets to see where they’re headed next! When they return they plan on writing new tunes, hoping to release a few singles or and EP by the end of the year.

And don’t forget to check out the Discovery Artist feature on Future Punx!

Elena Childers is BTRtoday's go-to music reporter extraordinaire. She writes Nightshift Sounds, Tune Up and The Music Meetup. She also produces and hosts The Music Meetup and New Vibrations podcasts every Monday…

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