Potty Mouth to Perform in Philly at Boot & Saddle

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The quartet punk-rock band from Northhampton, Massachusetts is scheduled to take the stage at Philadelphia's venue Boot & Saddle next Thursday, January 9th.

Tickets are only $10 and doors open at 8 pm - this won't be a show you want to miss out on!

Potty Mouth completed a fall tour with the band Bleached, and are now hitting the road again and kicking off 2014 in the right way.

The band is touring to promote their debut LP 'Hell Bent' which is available now on Old Flame.

A first listen of the release was provided by NPR, who described the album as "one of the best rock albums of the year, for real."

The band specializes in "taut, infectious C-85 influences indie pop meets '77 punk perfection," a recent press release describes Potty Mouth's sound. Aside from gaining fans at The New York Times, Boston Glob and Brooklyn Vegan, they are also receiving tons of praise from critics around the world, being voted one of Spin's Best New Artists, Nylon's Band Crush, Fader's Gen F Artists, Stereogum's Band to Watch and The Guardian's New Band of the Day.

The band has performed with other popular bands and artists including Bleached, Andrew WK, The Paints of Being Pure at Heart - among many others.

Pitchfork has described the newcomers as, "90's leaning cuts of minimal guitar fuzz and tight, sticky melodies marked by singer Abby Weems' endearing Liz Phair-type monotone. The subtle feminist bent you'd expect from a band named after a Bratmobile record."