Billerica ska-punk band Threat Level Burgundy recently released a full-length record earlier this month entitled “…And Then Things Got Weird.” They celebrated with a CD release show at The Sad Cafe in Plaistow, NH, just over the Massachusetts border. The album’s 12 high energy tracks feature a strong brass section with a vibes similar to Mustard Plug and Catch 22.
Preview the record below and then head to Bandcamp to pick it up for $10. You should also check out their split with Connecticut ska-punk band Llama Tsunami.
Threat Level Burgundy – “C’est La Vie”
(No relation to the uncomfortably catchy B*witched tune)
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