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Plow United and Spraynard featured on Hope: a compilation for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

 

Spraynard | via spraynardband.tumblr.com
Spraynard | via spraynardband.tumblr.com

Lauren Mills describes herself as a “punk rocker, bleeding-heart, secular humanist with Cerebral Palsy.” She puts on benefit compilations to raise money for various charities. This month, she released Hope: a compilation for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, an 80-track compilation featuring tracks from various punk, hardcore, and pop-punk bands. A few dozen of the tracks on the comp are previously unreleased. Philadelphia’s Spraynard and Plow United are both featured on this comp with their songs “Trembling” and “These Six Words,” respectively. Listen to the comp below, and consider making a purchase to support the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Continue reading →

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Philly bands featured on compilation for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

To Show That You're Still Here | Album art by JP Flexner
To Show That You’re Still Here | Album art by JP Flexner

Eighteen bands from the DIY punk scene have come together to create To Show That You’re Still Here, a benefit compilation for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

Catch some new and exclusive tracks on the compilation, where a handful of Philly bands are featured, such as Beach Slang, By SurpriseLeaky Soups, Cayetana, free cake for every creature, Secret Plot to Destroy the Entire Universe and No Summer. Continue reading →