Fans of Southern California skate-punk and the days of Punk-O-Rama compilations should be marking their calendars because Pulley, the trailblazing maestros who brought us songs like "Cashed In" and "Gone," are set to ignite Australia ablaze as they return down under for the first time in almost 20 years.
You can’t talk about skate punk without mentioning the California punkers' influence on the genre. Formed in 1994, they’ve built a strong cult following over the last 30 years, releasing five full-length records on legendary label Epitaph records.
THE GOLDEN LIFE, Pulley’s latest release on SBAM records showcases the best parts of who they have become as a band. With songs like "Repeat Offender," a high-energy opening track sure to welcome a sing-along, and the album's single, "Golden Life," the So-Cal Kings of Skate-Punk are ready to remind fans that they are not only back but back better than ever.