Lee Corey Oswald Premiere “Progress,” New Album Out August 5


If you like the fuzzy guitar riffs and endearing melodies of Tigers Jaw, Cheap Girls, and the latest Menzingers record, you won’t want to miss the new single from Portland, Oregon’s Lee Corey Oswald. Stream “Progress,” which features a guest spot from Broadway Calls vocalist Ty Vaughn, right now over at Blurt Magazine.

Band member Lee Ellis had this to say about the song:

This song is about people often thinking that being progressive has to mean being exclusive and narrow minded to other points of view. This contradicts the meaning of the term “progress,” which means being open to other ways of thought and change, without exclusivity. The title of the album, “Regards,” is a sort of sardonic reference to the ironic politics of the underground and the term “punk.”

“Progress” will appear on the quartet’s new album, titled Regards and due out August 5 on No Sleep Records. It will be their first release with the label, and it is available for pre-order right here.

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