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Band in Seattle: The Wimps Episode 302

Various Artists

Year: 2016

Runtime: 00:22:38

Wimps writes fast-paced songs about everything ranging from being the old guy at a party, to the gentrification of Capitol Hill, to awkward text messages. Comprised of Rachel Ratner, Matt Nyce, and Dave Ramm, this three-piece breaks the punk rock stereotype and proves that all it takes is a punk rock attitude and super relatable songs.

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Alternative, Punk, Indie

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