Like a wild animal, the party Toronto’s Brews Willis started with 2012’s Nerped by a Zircon must adapt to its surroundings, and that’s where Brews Willis’ sophomore album comes in. The guitars still shred, the bass still bruises, and the drums are still as relentless as the pounding in your head the morning after. The only difference is that Brews Willis is older, wiser, and more mature. Sounding like the Exploding Hearts filtered through skate punk and a two-four of something cheap and chilled, Party’s Over is the the sound of Brews Willis all grown up with their fists still in the air.
Here’s a collection of photos showcasing Brews Willis’ most memorable music-related moments of the past year:
“We were trying to think of a story of our favourite band or musical moment over the past year or whatever and couldn’t really remember anything longer then a few days ago. Duh.
So in order to jog some memories (as I do most morning afters) I checked back through our Instagram to see what we’d been up to.
So yeah, this is a little highlight reel jog, back through time of all the cool shit we do that’s related to music. 99% of our Instagram is non music related so this should be a quick, high quality summary.”
April 7th 2014: We start listening to and announce that we’re opening for the @skatersnyc show. Such a rad band – if you don’t know them, you should check them out.
Oct 9th 2014: We see @Nas perform #illmatic live in the front row and we totally lose our shit. Best.
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