Magnolia Park Release Perfect Pop-Punk Track ‘i should’ve listened to my friends’

Magnolia Park keep on bringing the heat again and again.

Magnolia Park really are an unstoppable force. 

The band have shared a new song, and they continue to show off everything that makes them one of pop-punk’s most exciting and electric exports right now. 

It’s called ‘i should’ve listened to my friends’ and is up there with the most perfectly put-together pop-punk tracks of recent times. 

It’s anthemic, infectious and existentially damning, hitting home in more ways than one. 

GuitaristTristan Torres summed it up by saying:

“Toxic relationships hurt the most, but nothing hurts more than losing all your friends because of them.”

Here it is:

It follows on from the band’s brilliantly blunt and vital track ‘Don’t Be Racist’, which they say “is about standing up & fighting racism. We hope this song brings awareness to racism in the music industry, Rock, & Pop Punk so the next generation of POC musicians are better off.”

It’s ace:

And they recently shared a new EP called ‘Heart Eater’, which featured ‘Feel Something’:

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