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The Shondes: politpunk with a Jewish twist

The Shondes claim to generate moody political punk fused with a variety of more traditional music forms (classical, Jewish traditional). They just released their album The Red Sea. I could buy it. I definitely agree with the Sleater-Kinney comparisons being thrown around. I also hear alot of post-hardcore influence in the vocals and guitar-work on songs like “Let’s Go”. But it’s probably best if you hear for yourself.

Stream the album here.

Three MP3s for your downloading and listening pleasure:

“Don’t Look Down”

“Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow”

“Let’s Go”