Pull The Trigger

2021

About Pull The Trigger

The Faroe Islands’ finest shitpunks Joe & The Shitboys return after their sensational 10 minute debut album ’The Reson For Hardcore Vibes’, dropping the first new track since 2020.
Having already won over a multitude of fans with their frenzied tracks, witty lyrics and unapologetic attitude – including everyone from NME to Iggy Pop, whilst also generating a few online beefs with the swearing-adverse Mr Motivator, and anyone who doesn’t get down with their queer, vegan, anti-misogynistic message, the band finally made their first live appearance at Boardmasters festival this summer.
From 14th September to 1st October 2021 the four-piece will then be tearing up venues and festivals up and down the UK on their first full run, roasting every audience member one by one as they go.
Talking about today’s new single, singer Joe explains… “You know those people, typically men, typically straight, typically white, that say the most offensive things online and call people snowflakes, but then start crying about free speech whenever their hateful rhetoric is contested? That’s who Pull the Trigger is about.”
 
The track is accompanied by high production visuals. Joe adds… “In the video, one of these men is seen gunning down Joe & The Shitboys in cyberspace in hilarious fashion. Fittingly filmed in a tiny park that’s only a big deal in this tiny nation.”
 
With their second record due for release this November via Tutl Records, expect a refreshing tirade of ferocious social commentary from these fast rising flamboyant punks.

Released on the following formats:
Digitally on all major platforms (Spotify, Apple Music, etc.). You can check it out on the player below.

Credits:

Musicians:

Vocals by Joe

Guitars by Ziggy Shit

Bass by Sammy Shit

Drums by Johnny Shit

Composers/Songwriters:

Songs written and performed by Joe and the Shitboys.

Other:

Recording venue: Room No. 7

Produced: Sigmund

Mixed: Sjúrður Samuelsen

Mastering: Daniel Husayn

Design: VP

Label layout: Aksel

Art by unkown teenager

Pressed by Ramona Records

Released by TUTL