Aspiga - What Happened To You?

About

"Why do we live this way" was something Kevin Day asked several years ago, yet those words still resonate as the foundation that Aspiga rests upon today. Following the release of their debut album "Tense" in 2010, Aspiga sonically evolved from a folk/punk duo into an abrasive melodic punk whole. Kevin Day began writing and recording under the name Aspiga on a journey of self-discovery. What began as a one man show quickly evolved into a full fledged band. Joined by Alec McVey on bass/vocals and Raymond Solowij on drums, the band has established their presence along the East Coast and Midwest through consistent touring and festival appearances. On their Paper + Plastick debut "Every Last Piece," Aspiga crafted an album bound from the depths of heartache combined with the melodic angst of a band completely comfortable in their new skin.

While living just a stones throw away from one of the country's largest independent music communities in Philadelphia PA, Aspiga have not fallen into the trap of smoke and mirrors when it comes to their songwriting. Their aptitude at crafting heartfelt, dynamic song structures is strengthened by Day’s lyrical themes of family, loss, and self-enquiry. Today Aspiga find themselves still searching for new questions to pose, while constantly leaving old chapters behind in the past. Looking towards the future and Aspiga appear more than able to begin whatever chapters await next.

"Aspiga channeled their frustration into a cohesive, cathartic punk album that outclasses most of what’s out there." -For the Love of Punk

"The music is smart and the timing is on point, giving each part of the song time to stew with the listener for a little bit before moving on." -Manual Dexterity

Available Packages:
- Exclusive Morning Sloth Coffee Mug + Opaque Light Yellow Vinyl + Digital (limited to 36)
- Opaque Light Yellow Vinyl + Digital
- Transparent Lemon & Opaque Cherry + Digital
- CD + Digital
- Digital Only

Tracklising:

1. Medusa's Dance
2. Wide Eyes
3. Fortunes
4. Beneath Atlas
5. Chino Needs To Feel Big 02:42
6. I'm An Animal
7. At My Peak
8. My Little Eraser 01:26
9. You're OK
10. On Deaf Ears
11. Errand Boy

Pressing Information

250/ Opaque Light Yellow
250/ Transparent Lemon & Opaque Cherry (Color in Color)