Reunited East Coast punk rock mainstays, Plow United, recently hosted their Philadelphia Record Release show at The Barbary with The Holy Mess, NONA, and Ma Jolie in tow.
Plow United are supporting their first new studio offering in 14 years, Marching Band, with a fresh batch of songs directly responding to the frenetic energy that resurfaced when Plow United took to a stage again in 2011. We had the pleasure of catching the band on Riot Fest during these reunion shows, with exclusive photo galleries that can be viewed HERE.
Marching Band has been received with open arms by fans and critics alike, with AV Guide stating, “It’s still gruff, tuneful, and triumphantly melancholic, but there’s a hard-won sense of crusty maturity that could see the band finally placed in the same pantheon as contemporaries like Avail.”
This being their record release show, Plow United made sure to make it memorable one for all attending. The set list was littered with new songs from Marching Band but the punk rock veterans made sure to include crowd favorites seeing massive sing-alongs ensue with sweat dripping and bodies crashing relentlessly.
Blow The Scene Senior Photographer, Dante Torrieri (Useless Rebel Imaging), was on hand deliver another massive gallery for your viewing pleasure.