Minneapolis, MN’s The Von Tramps Touring With The Dollyrots March 9-19
‘GO’ Out Now
Band Releases New “Goldfish Memories” Video
As the Von Tramps gear up for their tour with The Dollyrots (March 9-19), the trio has released a new video for the track “Goldfish Memories” off their latest LP ‘GO.’
Stream the video for “Goldfish Memories” here: https://youtu.be/Kwsua7CDMvy
Following the successes of their first full length record 2018 “The Future is Female” and the 2019 follow-up EP “Sun’s Out: Strung Out!” — “GO” is a concept album explored in 12 explosive tracks. With powerhouse vocals by Jenna Enemy, screaming guitars by Chelsea Oxborough, and thunderous bass by Krissandra Anfinson – The Von Tramps’ “GO” is this year’s must-have and a true original.
“GO” was recorded and mixed in Fort Collins, CO by acclaimed producer Dustin Phillips, and mastered in Minneapolis, MN by Bruce Templeton of Microphonic Mastering. The Von Tramps’ iconic rude and riot grrl blended sound paired with anthemic lyrics makes “GO” the breakout album of next year.
“GO is all about momentum”, Jenna Enemy explains. “Coming out of the pandemic, all we could think about was how far we could go, when we could go. By being forced into a break from our everyday lives we were also forced to reflect on it; and ultimately found the mundane can trap your soul, if you’re not careful. We hope ‘GO’ inspires future listeners to break through these pressures in order to find a more honest version of life lived fully and creatively.”
“GO” is out now on SBÄM Records.
Stream ‘GO” on all DSPs here: https://bfan.link/tvt-go
THE VON TRAMPS are an American rock band formed in 2015, hailing from the icy streets of Minneapolis, MN. The group is fronted by guitarist/vocalist Jenna Enemy and features Chelsea Oxborough on guitar and Krissandra Anfinson on bass. The band emerged from the underground punk scene gaining notoriety for their high-energy live shows and irreverent behavior.
The Von Tramps have an eclectic style offering a new take on the Minneapolis underground sound. Their music combines sludgy Ramones era punk tunes with cheeky lyrics and introduces a new wave of rude girl ska.