Undesirable People – Eugenics Streaming on Punknews.org / Band On Tour Now

By on September 18, 2012


Eugenics, the newest release from Detroit, MI’s Undesirable People, is now streaming in full on Punknews. Eugenics was released earlier this month on South / Division Records. The EP is available at digital retailers including iTunes or you can pick up the physical CD directly from South / Division Records.


For fans of Saves The Day, Gatsby’s American Dream, Transit, and Thrice. A free download for the track, “Basement Talk,” is available here. Also, check out a Track By Track feature for Eugenics on Under The Gun.

At a time when listeners thrive for a genuine sound in an ever-watered down genre, Metro-Detroit rock band Undesirable People have found a way to provide just that with their newest release, Eugenics. Signing with South Division Records in May of 2011, Eugenics is the band’s sophomore release. Featuring 6 tracks recorded by Chris Trestain and mastered by Jay Maas of Defeater, Eugenics shows off the band’s remarkable maturation process into a well-oiled machine. Matching a dynamic vocalist with ambitious and even mathy arrangements, Undesirable People create a sound that is instantly intriguing and memorable, yet difficult to pigeonhole. Label Undesirable People as you will but predictable shouldn’t be anywhere on that list.

Undesirable People is currently on tour with Late In The Playoffs

SEP 17 – Charleston, WV @ The Empty Glass
SEP 18 – Cincinnati, OH @ House Show
SEP 19 – Columbus, OH @ Kobo Live
SEP 20 – Muncie, IN @ Be Here Now
SEP 21 – Chicago, IL @ Underground Lounge
SEP 22 – Bloomington, IL @ The Circus Room: ISU campus

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