Pnw Punks college radio look on the bright side with "11:59"

Seattle alternative pop-punk band College Radio has just released their newest single, “11:59”. The track is a super infectious downtempo pop-punk song reminiscent of mid-career green day meeting mxpx at a weezer concert.

lyrically the track is about trying to stay positive in a world gone mad. This was one of the first tracks we recorded during the pandemic and it really showcases how we felt and how the world really felt," explains the band. "Singing this one is our bass player Evan. He really hit the nail on what 2020 was like for pretty much all of us." Listen to "11:59" on SPOTIFY.

Along with the single, college radio has dropped a music video for "11:59". The video features the band performing in their house during lockdown, as well as running around on an abandoned football field, to get rid of some of that pent-up lockdown energy. all of this is intercut with news footage of the world going to hell.

check it out!

"11:59" was engineered by Dane Stafford and mixed and mastered by John Espy. College Radio have made a name for themselves with catchy choruses, hard-charging drums, and soaring harmonies. They combine classic old-school pop punk with an unexpected alternative twist, while making songs that are fresh, but instantly familiar. With the release of their new EP “I Used To Get Messed Up” on Third String Records and “Growing Pains” College Radio have proven themselves to be one of the premier punk acts of the PNW.