Alberta punks Trashed Ambulance are back and thrilled to announce the release of a new single called "On The Mend" (presave HERE). Due out November 18th on Thousand Islands Records, it will be the band's first new material since releasing the Shorthanded Cassette EP in 2019.
Here's what frontman Josh Hauta stated about the song:
"Most people would agree that 2020 has been a disaster of a year but in actuality 2019 was almost worse for me! I went through a dark time after college concluded and took a long break from music. This song was the first thing I wrote as I came out of the darkness and as you will see, it's a bowl of gummy bears in terms of joyfulness. Unfortunately for your ears, I've decided to keep Trashed Ambulance going so stay tuned for a few new tracks coming in this god-forsaken year because things will get worse but hey, at least we still have punk rock!"
Formed in 2014, Trashed Ambulance has defied all odds, member changes and hangovers to become a gnarly force in Central Alberta. Trashed has shared the stage with such punk rock juggernauts as Face to Face, Ten Foot Pole, the Real Mckenzies, SNFU, the Isotopes and Belvedere and it's fair to say, the future is bright for this gang of miscreants. Keep your ear to the ground as these dudes are trashed and making a scene.