Singaporean surf punk luminaries Force Vomit have made their sophomore album, Give it Up For The Trustfund Rockers available to stream on Spotify, Apple Music, and other streaming services on the 2nd of February, 20 years after its release in 2002.
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This means that the timeless classics in ‘Siti’, ‘The Kids Who WTF’, ‘He’s No Longer Here’, and ‘(Are You) My Number One’ can now be added to your existing playlists while you drown in some good ol’ memories and nostalgia.
Force Vomit was birthed in 1993 after its band members, who were working as night-shift taxi drivers, decided to take a plunge into the uncharted territories of surf punk in Singapore. The band took up the stage surname of Vomit comprising of Dino Vomit (guitar, vocals), Alvin Vomit (guitars, vocals), Faz Vomit (drums), and Wan Vomit (bass).
Their debut album, The Furniture Goes Up was released in 1998 and was also made available for streaming 20 years later, in 2018. Force Vomit also reached international audiences when renowned BBC DJ John Peel played their track ‘Spacemen Over Malaysia’ on Peel’s BBC World Service show in 1997.
The band most recently performed at #TAPAUFest Asia 2021, marking their first appearance as a band since their last performance at 2018’s Baybeats. They were also featured on Chris Toh and Kevin Matthew’s podcast Lion City Rock where they went on a deep dive into their history.
Listen to Give It Up For The Trustfund Rockers here.