Bay Area Punks United Defiance Will ‘Change The Frequency’

[Cover photo credit to Scott Remmers]

The Bay Area Punk band United Defiance have released new track “Sing With Me” off their upcoming album Change The Frequency which is due out on October 1st in digital and CD format, with a vinyl release to follow in early 2022 via Thousand Islands Records.

The new LP features guest vocals from Dave Pederson (Downway), Jason Devore (Authority Zero) and others, and is the follow-up to 2018’s Safe At Home.

The 5-piece band are known for a mix of Skatepunk and Melodic Hardcore inspired by the bands of 90’s-era Fat and Epitaph. For their high-energy live shows, they have shared the stage with acts like Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, Anti-Flag, Good Riddance, Strung Out, and many more.

In 2019, United Defiance signed with Montreal-based label Thousand Islands Records and continued to work remotely throughout 2020. They wrote, rehearsed, and recorded Change the Frequency during the pandemic period and engaged in Live Stream events on Facebook with Takeover Live in Southern California.

The band offers to serve up some “tasty, tasty punk rock” with the new album this Fall.