Philadelphia has become a haven for the emotionally charged pop and punk songwriter of the northeast, and recently another edgy offering of self deprecation and wild-eyed missives about pursuing the pop-punk princess, haunting thoughts of her midriff, and why she doesn’t like you like you like her, have emerged from Collect Yourself, an outfit specializing in scattershot deliveries, spacious production. and quiet-loud song structures akin to that of You Blew It!
Get acquainted with Collect Yourself by spinning the collective’s latest two track “Red Shifts/Like You Hate Me” single below before the selections officially drop in January 2016 as part of the band’s debut full-length it started shifting.
You can also check out Collect Yourself live on tour starting Friday, Oct. 16th in Philadelphia, which includes an Oct. 19th date at the Pussy Pad in New Brunswick with Safety, Basement Beers, Fleeting, and Brackish. Find more info and RSVP to that even here.