Homelife – Premiere New Video on Alternative Press

Homelife – “Unsteady Hands” Video Premiere on Alternative Press

Translation Available Now
• “Unsteady Hands” Video Premiere on Alternative Press
• Name-Your-Price Download Available Now
• Full Album Stream on Punknews.org

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Alternative Press is premiering a brand new video from Lansing, MI’s Homelife today. The track, “Unsteady Hands”, appears on the band’s debut full-length, Translation. You can view the video here. The LP is available from Black Numbers (Grey Area, Go Rydell, Luther, PJ Bond) and Bermuda Mohawk (Cheap Girls, Tin Horn Prayer, imadethismistake).

The 12″ vinyl for Homelife’s Translation is limited to 500 on black vinyl and is available for Order now. You can hear “Viewfinder” on Alternative Press while a full album stream of Translation is available on Punknews.org. Translation is also being offered for a Name-Your-Price download here.

Homelife is also excited to announce they will be opening for The Jealous Sound and Daytrader September 26th @ The Loft in Lansing, Michigan.

Carrying the torch for rugged Midwest bands into the next generation of punk rock, Homelife is expanding upon its forebears with 2012 full-length debut, Translation. Since forming in 2009 in the same rugged plains and college towns around Lansing, MI as like-minded acts such as Small Brown Bike and Cheap Girls, the band’s debut full-length album marks not only a progression for Homelife and its members’ roots in hardcore acts, but for the genre itself.

Translation follows up Homelife’s 2011 split with Bike Tuff as well as their 2009 Demo. Both can be downloaded for free here.

While the members’ hardcore background is still on display in some aspects of Translation (most of the songs clock-in the 2:30 range and sound best played LOUD), the sparkling and sharply-cut dynamics on display have set the ideal background for Weston’s unique delivery and lyrics that throwback to the sincerity of 90’s favorites such as Jawbreaker, Knapsack (whom the band covers here), and The Promise Ring. Taking a number of sonic risks, beyond what its peers may have been comfortable with, represented a monstrous swing from Homelife and a clear homerun with Translation, which is almost certain to gain traction one of the best surprise debut LP’s in punk rock that 2012 will have to offer.

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