Pinkshift Share New Single “Mars” along with new EP "Saccharine"

Published on 23 April 2021 at 15:00

Baltimore-based punk rock band, Pinkshift, premiered a new single "Mars” via AV Club along with an LP pre-order for "Saccharine", their EP combining previous singles. AV Club said "Mars is a punk ripper, reminiscent of a contemporary version of My Chemical Romance’s more energetic Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge"

Pinkshift is a fem-fronted rock band new to the scene from Baltimore. With writing inspired by 90s grunge and 2000s pop-punk, the band walks the lines between riot grrl, punk rock, and post-hardcore. Melting together different musical and cultural roots by a common love for angsty rock, the band embraces their diverse backgrounds to create an authentic and dynamic sound.

About the song, Pinkshift’s lead singer Ashrita Kumar says: “
The lyrics of the song are about the beginnings of something shiny and new. Ironically this was the song that really pulled us together to start this band - it’s full of optimism and hope for a brighter future. It feels fitting to put a spin on our original demo this year for the same message with a touch of angst 

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