Launching 2023 in the right way, Brighton Indie-Punk duo, Regal Cheer, are set to release their debut album, Cans, through Beth Shalom Records on 3rd February. Through channeling their daily gripes into relatable, short attention span, shout-along tunes for the person who hates the monotony of the 9-5, Cans clocks in at just over 17 minutes.

Discussing their full-length debut, the duo state, ‘‘Cans’ is what we’ve been working towards since we started making music in late 2019. Recorded in January of 2022 In just a few days, we tried our best to convey all our frustrations with regular life, relationships and daily struggles into a bunch of short and snappy indie punk tunes, and we feel it’s something people might really be able to relate to. Who likes having bad housemates or working in retail right?! We have been waiting a long time to get these songs out into the world and we’re really excited to show them off and see where it takes us.’

The debut album is set for release on February 3rd 2023 through Beth Shalom Records, and is available to pre-order now on Limited Edition Vinyl (/100), Cassette, alongside accompanying bundles


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