Boston rock n’ roll wrecking crew Justine and the Unclean emerge from the garage with two brand-new songs chockfull of power, pop & punk off their upcoming (soon to be titled) full-length album, due this spring on Rum Bar Records. The lead track “Picking a Fight” is a jam-packed powder-keg of punk attitude and spitfire glam with an explosive rock n roll hook, and is already climbing the charts a few days after release to indie radio. “Sweet Denial” brings Boston hard rock into today’s world with raging guitars, bluesy garage vocals, and an irresistible backbeat. Both songs have The Unclean’s favorite producer David Minehan at the helm at Woolly Mammoth Sound. Pour it up and enjoy! www.rumbarrecords.com

New England Power*Pop*Punk queens are coming to rock your town!
Winter/Spring 2020

Also on deck for 2020: Justine has been working with a group of New England women power*pop*punk musicians to organize the WhistleStop Rock Festival – The little festival that could! The first stop of the tour is Saturday, January 11, at Askew PROV in Providence, RI. Justine and The Unclean hit the stage at 10pm, but the festival doors open at 3pm and it’s your chance to see nine great bands, including a one-night-only performance by a killer Rhode Island super group that includes members of Vulgarrity, Red Mantis, Metric Electric, and Heather Rose in Clover!

Eight of New England’s best rock bands have united to form a traveling festival, and we’ll be in your town before you know it.  The bands are: The Chelsea Curve, Cold Expectations, Field Day, Heather Rose In Clover, Justine and The Unclean, Kid Gulliver, The Knock Ups, PowerSlut, and Tiger Bomb.  With additional special guests at each venue, such as Lockette and brand new Jennifer D’Angora/Dan Kopko/Lee Harrington outfit The Shang-Hi-Los.

Ever had a monstrously fabulous, gargantuan idea? When Simone Berk (Kid Gulliver and Sugar Snow) sent a message to a group of friends whose bands she felt a connection with, to ask about doing a show together, she had no idea what she was setting in motion: a show that would grow quickly in size, scope, and spectacle. All of the women on the group message started exchanging ideas, and suddenly, they realized they ALL needed to play on the same bill, together.  And they also realized that no one town could contain their power-pop-punk-rock-and-roll high energy.  This show needed to hit the road!

Thus, the WhistleStop Rock Festival was born, and it’s coming soon to a club near you.

www.whistlestoprock.com   www.facebook.com/WhistleStopRock  www.instagram.com/whistlestoprock

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