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Introducing: Goalkeeper

It's that time, yes another of my introducing series, this time welcome South Jersey/Philadelphia 3-piece Goalkeeper.

Summer is the apt time for pop punk, the hot days, a cold beer as you gather to hang out with friends, and that time always requires a soundtrack to accompany it, say hello to Goalkeeper.
With a sound that blends 'Blue Skies..' era Ataris, with 'Enema of the State' era Blink 182, the band are very energetic, and lazy comparisons from me aside they are great song writers in there own right.
Their latest single 'Pong Partners' is a slice of killer pop punk, upbeat, great chorus, crunchy guitars and melodic gruff vocals.

The band have been together a relatively short amount of time but already have an EP 'Gut Feeling' doing the rounds, and being very well received.
Goalkeeper have also been plying their trade live, gigging regularly and playing with some awesome bands including one of my favs Eternal Boy. I personally cannot wait for the band to one day touch down on UK soil, so I can take enjoy the band in a live setting.

Goalkeeper currently hold a firm place on my playlist, their songs are catchy as anything else on my playlist, and to people here in the UK are a very welcome surprise.
One of my favourite finds of 2017, congratulations boys, its always one fan at a time but you certainly made a believer of me.

Listen to and support the band here:
Twitter: @goalkeepernj


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