Ten years strong and armed with an uncanny arsenal of three minute vignettes that peer into the seeder side of life, Reno Divorce has earned a reputation for punk rock storytelling at its finest. Whether on a festival stage or in a smoke filled, gin-soaked juke joint off the beaten path, they execute their brand of Orange County inspired punk meets honky-tonk blues with bravado and intensity.
That’s why the band’s new full length, “Lover’s Leap” will find a home with fans of Social Distortion, Rise Against, and Hank Williams, alike. Once again, they’ve teamed up with legendary recording studio, The Blasting Room (Rise Against, The Descendents), to offer their fans a glimpse into the last few years of life in the fast lane and the result is the band’s strongest record yet. Lead singer/songwriter Brent Loveday’s lyrics take the listener on a tour through vice and virtue and all the while keeping it in time and making it rhyme. Tracks like “You’ve created a Monster” and “Ill Gotten Gains” showcase their punk rock roots, while songs like “Lover’s Leap” and “Make Sure Your Sure” show the band’s penchant for rhythm and blues and the love of a good hook.
Reno Divorce may very well be punk rock’s best kept secret, but with the release of “Lover’s Leap”,
they won’t be for long. Comes with Download Card of full album.