Boston’s Rebuilder has announced the release of their new album entitled Local Support, the band’s second full-length album, on September 15th. The album title reflects the host of friends who brought their unique skills to the table.
Band member Sal Ellington notes:
“This record is so appropriately named Local Support because we had so many people jump in to give suggestions or help in any way they can. Pete Wasilewski from Less Than Jake and Chris Rhodes of the Mighty Mighty Bosstones played horns on ‘Disco Loadout,’ Spacey Casey Prestwood from Hot Rod Circuit played the pedal steel, and Kailynn West from Tiny Stills sang on ‘Wedding Day.’ Pat Hanlin, who had previously played keys in the band, recorded all the synth and piano as well. Jay Maas put a lot of time recording this record and I think only he could have captured it the way it needed to be.”
The band has also announced that they have signed to Iodine Recordings and shared their September US tour dates. This run includes a special hometown show on September 1st with No Trigger, Choke Up and Trash Rabbit, as well as multiple dates with Frank Turner and Streetlight Manifesto.
Local Support is available in limited edition ‘Lemon Yellow’ and “Arnold Palmer Splatter’ vinyl variants and you can pre-order your copy today!