Premiere: Charmer - "Starship Tina"

We’ve been listening to the Washed Up Emo podcast since we started touring so it’s super neat they chose this song off our new LP to premiere. ‘Starship Tina’ was actually written the same week as our first EP Best Worst Birthday was however many years ago so I’m glad it finally found a home on our new LP. 
— David Daignault (vocals/guitar)

According to No Sleep founder Chris HansenCharmer is "the definition of Midwestern emo." Expect all the things you loved about The Promise Ring,  Mineral and Texas is the Reason wrapped up in a nostalgia-inducing 22 minutes of twinkly guitars and heart-felt lyrics.

It's no secret that emo is an often over-saturated genre which makes it difficult for bands to ever leave their hometown -- but Charmer refuses to settle. After just 2 years, the band has already shared the stage with some of emo's brightest stars including PinegroveTeen Suicide, and DowsingCharmer's catchy guitar riffs and unique heart-bearing lyrics have set the band apart from an often overflowing genre. Charmer are hardly redundant, and rather celebrate our '90s nostalgia in a new and exciting way. 

The new album was recorded with Jake Ewald of Modern Baseball and mastered by Ian Farmer of Modern Baseball.

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Tour Dates: April 13 - Lansing, MI - Mac's Bar