Pissed Jeans / Honeys T-Shirt - 2073097
This Pissed Jeans shirt cuts straight through the garbage and let’s people know what you’re all about, and if you’re anything like us, you’re all about Pissed Jeans.
Black print on white 50/50 American Apparel tee.
Released: February 12, 2013
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Pissed Jeans / Honeys - SP1029
Age and four full-lengths haven’t mellowed Pissed Jeans; they can still unleash a blare that will exfoliate your cochlea. Formed in Allentown, Pennsylvania, Pissed Jeans released Shallow, their first album, in 2005 on Parts Unknown Records. The band relocated to Philadelphia seven years ago, and Sub Pop released Hope for Men in 2007, and then King of Jeans in 2009. The latter was recorded by Grammy nominee Alex Newport, who also recorded Honeys.
Age and experience have, however, refined Pissed Jeans. Their ideas and execution have become more subtly focused. The songs on Honeys are direct without being obtuse, evocative without being vague, personal without being indulgent. They also rock like nobody’s business. Forget all the claptrap you’ve heard about other bands delivering the goods. If you want bloodthirsty, you’ve got it… At times Honeys is the sound of being bashed over the head with a snow shovel. At times the band slows down and sounds like waking from a nightmare you can’t quite remember. The songs are catchy, but in a way that would appeal to mental patients who only understand colors.
Honeys stews on the kind of mundane, niggling things that keep you up late at night. It’s an ode to the misery and shackles of being a responsible adult, and the shame of one’s own narcissism. Pissed Jeans trucks in menacing songs about insecurity, and nobody has ever done it better.
Vinyl LP comes with a digital download code inside the sleeve.
*As of 1/24 there are only 50 Loser Editions and 200 Pissed Jeans First Demo left (free with CD or LP orders).*
If you pre-order Honeys, you’ll receive a limited-edition bonus seven inch featuring Pissed Jeans’ long-lost original demos.
Also, if you pre-order Honeys on LP, you’ll receive the limited, colored-vinyl Loser Edition of the record. Both of these opportunities are a while-supplies-last opportunity, so act quickly.
Released: February 12, 2013
Pissed Jeans / Pissed Jeans Owl - 2073099
The design on this Pissed Jeans shirt is an owl barber (owl clutching a comb & scissors) on navy blue American Apparel 100% cotton shirts. He’s gonna cut ya (hair)!
XS IS AMERICAN APPAREL LADIES LARGE, STYLE 2102!
Released: May 29, 2007
Pissed Jeans / Sam Kinison Woman - SP909
Pissed Jeans, Allentown, PA’s not least favorite sons recently recorded two new songs, unassociated with nor otherwise promotionally leading up to any upcoming full-length album they have yet to record. These are just two exceptionally great new Pissed Jeans songs. They are called “Sam Kinison Woman” and “The L Word,” and were recorded for this 7" single. That’s it and that’s enough.
Released: October 26, 2010
Pissed Jeans / Regal Jeans - 2073098
Featuring a regal design, and a colourway fit for a king, this new Pissed Jeans shirt will impress your serf-friends. On American Apparel 50/50 shirts, fit for a king.
Released: August 7, 2009
Pissed Jeans / King of Jeans - SP818
If 2005’s Shallow was Pissed Jeans coping with moving out of their parents’ homes, and 2007’s Hope for Men their initial reaction to the mechanical lifestyle of a wage-earner, King of Jeans is their formal and uneasy acceptance of adulthood, by way of one hell of a rock record. Working with renowned producer Alex Newport (who holds a Fudge Tunnel pedigree and has worked with such luminaries as At the Drive-In, The Locust and Sepultura), Pissed Jeans have pushed further into the raw, minimal core of heavy rock music with King of Jeans. Masters of the mundane, beasts of the banal, high priests of the humdrum: these four, white, male high school graduates hardly look further than their own appendages for artistic inspiration, content to execute their own brand of brash and heavy punk music in the Joe Carducci-approved standard rock formation of guitar, bass, drums and vocals. From simple minds and simple fabrics comes this King of Jeans. And there can be only one.
Released: August 18, 2009
Pissed Jeans are a rock and roll combo from Allentown, PA and this single is their first release on Sub Pop. They’ve previously released a full-length called Shallow and a 7" single (“Throbbing Organ” b/w “Night Minutes”), both on Parts Unknown Records. Because we have yet to read a better description (or come up with one ourselves…) of their music than the one provided by their singer Matt in an interview on blastitude.com, the following: “The idea was to start a different kinda punk band focused on dead ended carnal cravings, sexual depression…that sort of thing. Mainly we just wanted to bludgeon the listener with dull, monotonous droning rock music that just sucks the energy out of you, the musical equivalent to watching a toilet flush.” We at Sub Pop Records could not possibly be more excited to release a full-length of this dull, monotonous droning rock music later this year. So, that’s what we’re going to do.
Released: June 6, 2006
Pissed Jeans / Hope for Men - SP730
Following on the heels of their monumental Don’t Need Smoke to Make Myself Disappear 7”, Pissed Jeans drop album number 2 and their Sub Pop debut: Hope for Men (we like to think of it in the “mankind” sense). For those who found a glimmer of the stuff on the aforementioned single (two pressings of which have sold out), the album delivers more, and in abundance. That is to say, if classic, thick-as-glue punk bombast and Aussie sludge stoke the coals of your existence, you have found, not only your new favorite band, but a reason to get up in the morning.
Since 2004 the Jeans have spent many a night playing in their hometown, no-rules hellhole, Allentown’s legendary Jeff the Pigeon (RIP). Their first single, “Throbbing Organ” and album, Shallow (both on Parts Unknown) set many self-styled punk scholars’ hearts a-flutter. Songs like “Ugly Twin” sent jaws floor-ward by including a plaintive piano part in a bruiser of a song. Such touches abound on Hope for Men. The album is diverse, but the Jeans ain’t no dilettantes. Mixing volatility with humor is a damned hard thing to master in music. Pissed Jeans do it with smarts and poignancy. Consider the bar raised.
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Released: June 5, 2007
Pissed Jeans / Shallow - PUR106
Power-dirge from Pennsylvania. Pissed Jeans are noisy as a motherfucker and proud of it on this, their first full length, which sounds like a big pile of mud and broken glass ripping through your stereo speakers in the most killer way imaginable.
Released: January 20, 2007