* PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A PRE-ORDER. YOUR ORDER WILL SHIP TO ARRIVE ON OR BEFORE MAY 26TH, 2017 *
Released digitally in 2016, Versace Summer by JANK, was lauded as a perfect follow-up to their debut album Awkward Pop Songs. While we were sad to see JANK go, these albums have meant a lot to people and we have been asked since the break-up if and when we would be releasing Versace Summer on vinyl. Labels and bands don't make much from these releases but we couldn't help but feel inspired to join in with the many labels donating portions of profits to worthy causes. Creep will be donating a portion of the profits to RAINN. Creep will also take a break from our normal donations we make to animal rescue groups (We probably still will if they call, let's be real) to make a percentage donation of the profits to RestorativeJustice.org. This is another amazing group and a cause we believe in strongly.
"These eight songs show JANK further refining the formula that got them on the radar in the first place, with guitar, drums, bass, and vocals all working perfectly in sync to create nothing short of a head-banger. The lyrics are silly as ever, with songs likes “This Is A Song About My Bike Ralph And It’s Called ‘Ralph'” telling the story of relationships with inanimate objects, but if anything, JANK’s childish nature adds to their beauty." -Stereogum
"The album starts with the math-rock “weed pop” sound we’ve come to know and love from the Philadelphia band. From “Grim Reefer” to “#freesam” the album is a classic continuation of everything they established on ‘Awkward Pop Songs’: sparkling guitars reminiscent of American Football and syncopated breakdowns that define today’s emo." -Noisey
1. Grim Reefer
2. Chunks (kool enuff)
3. General Tso What?
4. This is a Song About my Bike "Ralph" and it's Called "Ralph"
7. Gucci Spring
8. Versace Summer