The Rememberables (members of Coke Bust, Walk the Plank, etc.), from Washington D.C., deliver a modern blend of grunge, power pop and fuzzy 90s alternative, reminiscent of Superchunk, Weezer, & Dinosaur Jr., on their infectious debut album. Seven blistering tracks serve as a perfect accompaniment for your summer drive -- windows down, hair blowing, engine roaring fast down endless highways.
In other words - loud, refreshing and catchy as hell.
released July 15, 2017
Released by Adagio830 in Berlin, Germany.
Engineered by Kevin Bernsten at Developing Nations Studio in Baltimore, MD.
Mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege Engineering in Portland, OR.
Art Layout by Andy Norton & Zach Inscho.
Photography by Elizabeth Piper Board, Jim Board, & Tim Bean
This might be their best album, and that's really saying something. The songs shift seamlessly from crushing to angelic, and there are enough other dynamics and subtleties at play to keep each song interesting. It's my favorite album of 2020, and I don't see that changing any time soon. steverie