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Spraynard 2.0: Spray Harder

Monday 07 December 2015

Spraynard @ Lot 10, Fest 14

Mable by Spraynard

Monday 07 July 2014

Spraynard release new video

Spraynard have released a new video for their track “Internet May Mays”, which is taken from the album “The Mark, Tom, and Patrick Show”. You can check it out below: Spraynard will be over touring the UK with Modern Baseball and Losing Sleep

Monday 02 June 2014

Modern Baseball to tour the UK with Spraynard and Losing Sleep

Modern Baseball, Spraynard and Losing Sleep will be touring the UK in September. You can check out the tour routing on the poster above. Chewing on Tin Foil will join Modern Baseball and Sprayard on their Irish dates. The bands will be joining us in Cardiff for

Tuesday 29 April 2014

Spraynard vinyl collection LP ‘The Mark Tom And Patrick Show’ preorders up now

Spraynard are set to release a collection 12″ called ‘The Mark Tom And Patrick Show’ through Asian Man Records, and preorders for the release are now live. The release compiles out of print 7-inches, rarities and unreleased material. This first pressing is /500 green and the first 200

Thursday 10 April 2014

Spraynard stream new track from rarities collection

After announcing their return late last month, Spraynard have premiered a new track from their forthcoming ‘The Mark, Tom and Patrick Show’ rarities collection via Noisey. In an interview with Noisey, the band discuss their break-up in 2012 and their decision to get back together. Stream ‘Internet May Mays’

Tuesday 01 April 2014

Spraynard Back Together

Pennsylvanian Pop-Punks Spraynard are back together. They put out a statement yesterday. Here it is in full: ‘WE ARE A BAND AGAIN. we were really tempted to announce the end of our hiatus tomorrow so everyone would think it was an April Fool’s joke… but we decided it’s probably more

Friday 11 November 2011

Spraynard – Fest 10, Florida

Tigers Jaw The Fest, held in Gainesville Florida each year over the Halloween weekend, holds a special place in many British punk hearts. Murmurs of who is going to do the trip next year and which bands are rumoured to be playing start in the early in the