Post Punk with Patrick: Tri-State Era Blaze Home

Patrick Bransfield
Staff Writer

Tri-State Era was originally a band comprised of a group of friends from Danbury, Connecticut. At first, it wasn’t a really serious project until their untitled 2012 demo received a decent amount of attention in the New England music scene. Their 2012 demo (which I’m nearly positive I wrote about in my first review for The Q), consisted of two songs: “Are You Listening Now?” and “Breeze Home.”  With a total run time of five minutes and 51 seconds, their self-released demo filled with emotional lyrics, fantastic drum fills, and twinkle-esque guitars left me with a hunger that only could be satisfied by more Tri-State Era. This need was satisfied in March of this year when Heads Up Records released a compilation with a single new Tri-State Era song titled “There’s Nothing You Can Tell Me,” which also happens to be the opening song on their recently released EP titled “Blaze Home.”
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Post Punk with Patrick: Tri-State Era

Patrick Bransfield
Staff Writer

Since Tri-State Era’s two-song demo release last summer, I’ve kept the songs “Are You Listening Now?” and “Breeze Home” on repeat in my iTunes. The demo proved that the very young and talented pop-punk band had potential, and thankfully this thought was solidified in my head upon hearing their new single “There’s Nothing You Can Tell Me” released on Heads Up Records Compilation Volume 1.

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