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.
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