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The Split Seconds release “Where Have All the Good Men Gone”

This is a brilliant punk track called “Where Have All the Good Men Gone” by the The Split Seconds. Drew Champion’s unique vocals lead this guitar driven song well. It discusses a very real situation that many women feel. It is hard these days to get out there and meet a good man. If you find one hang on tight! What does a girl do if she can’t find a good man? So many potential answers! Check out this song here.



More about The Split Seconds

DC-based classic-punk band, The Split Seconds, announce the release of their new video, “Where Have All the Good Men Gone,” ahead of their sophomore album, Counterfeit Reality, due out June 8. The album serves as commentary on a culture in chaos. It documents their experience as a punk band in the ultimate government town. Fed up with the insulation, excess, abstractions, and lies, “Counterfeit Reality” pushes back against the DC consensus with a smile and a sneer. The lead track is about a young woman failing to find a loving committed relationship and instead, encountering only tawdry, unfulfilling hookups and borderline-abusive flirtation.

Already praised by influential publications including. Dying Scene, For the Love of Punk, Idobi Radio and New Noise Magazine, among others, The Split Seconds are looking forward to a spot on Warped Tour 2018 this July and more extensive touring in support of the new album.

The Split Seconds rose out of the ashes of Dischord Records band The Coastals. Drew Champion (vocals/guitar) recruited Sean Peterson on drums, Alex Massi on guitar, and Stephen Parson on bass guitar, and the foursome starting playing making their name in DC-area punk rock clubs.

A spot on Upstart Fest brought The Split Seconds to the attention of Altercation Records owner Travis Myers. The Split Seconds’ debut album Center of Attention was released in June of 2017, followed by appearances at SXSW, The 930 Club, and The Fest, as well as local dates at historic DC venues, and regional touring where they showcased their “top-notch punk rock” (The Deli Magazine) and garnered airplay on WMUC Radio.

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