There are many injustices in our modern world, including and not limited to: getting your crappy shoes soaked in a puddle and having to walk around for hours in wet socks, the music of Taylor Swift, chocodiles getting pulled from the Hostess shelves all over the country, and perhaps the most horrible—the remaking of the greatest ever cold-war action film, Red Dawn.
But luckily you can at least warm yourself under the bridge with Trash Fire, a new grunge-punk-pop collaboration featuring prominent members of Schoolyard Heroes, Grand Archives and Noxious Fumes. "These are songs Jonah and I wanted to write when we were 16," explains their guitar player Austin, which explains the irresistibly catchy/infectious '90s punk influence. You can catch their next show Comet on December 23rd with the Constant Lovers, where they will premier their full 19-minute set. Until then, here are two of their first demos recorded at Red Room Studios by Christian Morris.