Diarrhea Planet

The four-guitar Nashville punk monster Diarrhea Planet has lately cultivated a rep as one of the best, most fiery young live bands on the touring circuit. If their revolting band name is still (understandably) putting you off, their live cover of “Born To Run” with Titus Andronicus frontman Patrick Stickles might be enough to change your mind. And later this summer, they’ll release the sophomore album I’m Rich Beyond Your Wildest Dreams. The first single is the ragged, anthemic “Separations,” and you can hear it below.

I’m Rich Beyond Your Wildest Dreams is set to arrive sometime this summer on Infinity Cat.

Comments (4)
  1. Call me a stickler but this doesn’t really at all sound like punk to me. More like lo-fi emo or early 00s college radio. I guess it could be a punk ballad, but is this what passes for punk these days? Seriously, did I miss something?

    I did like the Born to Run cover though.

  2. their rep as an incredible live band is completely well-deserved. I saw them twice at SXSW this year and both shows were the most unhinged fun I had the whole week. these guys don’t hold back and are just trying to make everyone have the best time possible.

  3. I have seen these guys a few times this year and i think they are the best live band out there. I would agree with Lucas that they are just fun.

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