Family Meeting calls it quit, announces final EP ‘Walk Left/Stand Right’
Toronto melodic/skate punk unit Family Meeting have announced via their facebook page that they’re throwing in the towel and will release their last EP titled ‘Walk Left/Stand Right’ on November 29th.
Here’s what the band stated:
”Goodbyes are hard to do, and sometimes even after mulling over it a 1000 times, it never comes out just right. So here goes nothing. It is with great sadness that we, Family Meeting, announce we are calling it a day as a band. It’s been a great few years but sometimes things change and you just have to roll with it. Thank you to everyone that listened to us, came to a show, booked us, supported us, sent us a message, to all the bands we got to share the stage with, our girlfriends for their constant support, and our Uncle Marc Ryan, for being behind us from the beginning. With that being said, we still have a little bit of good news to send over your way. On November 29, 2018 we will be releasing our final EP, ‘Walk Left/Stand Right’, via Thousand Island Records. This EP features ‘Four Months Of Rain’, which was released back in August, plus 2 more new tracks that mean the world to us. The team over at Thousand Islands Records have been absolutely monumental supporting Family Meeting, and we couldn’t be happier to have our final goodbye with them. So huge shoutout to TIR for being the absolute best people and label. Stay awesome and be safe.” – Davey, Josh, Steve, Nick, and Brodie
‘Walk Left/Stand Right’ was recorded and mixed by Sam Guaiana at Room 21 Sound and mastered by John Naclerio at Nada Mastering. The album will be available through all digital retailers and will serve as a follow up to Family Meeting’s debut EP ‘No One Cares ‘Til You’re Dead’ released last year.
‘Walk Left/Stand Right’ tracklist:
1. Walk Left/Stand Right
2. Four Months Of Rain
3. No Honour Amongst Steves
About Family Meeting:
Family Meeting is a five piece melodic punk band from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It all started when local music scene veterans and close buds Steve Ferreira, Nick Navrotski, Brian Brodie, and Davey Knight started jamming out of a basement, focusing on their passion for writing and playing tight, technical, punk rock. After two years of refining their sound instrumentally, the band was completed upon connecting with Josh Riley, who only months prior, relocated to Toronto from Sydney, Australia. The five members instantly bonded over their mutual love for A Wilhelm Scream, junk food, and good times.