The first Ringers album, finally released on vinyl in a version available to more than a handful of people in New England! Comes in a snazzy LP jacket, with an insert this time too. For those unfamiliar with Ringers, they play well-written gritty pop punk for late night coffee shop romantics and anyone trying to figure what happened to their youth and where they're supposed to go from here. I think that just about covers everyone! This is also a band that gets "influences" right: influences are supposed to run in the background, providing some of the energy for what you're doing, not a playbook for your song writing. I hear hints of everything that made 90's East Bay pop punk great, a touch of '77, on occasion the drive of true post-hardcore and enough inspiration and originality to make it all into something different.