I miss live music. You miss live music. We ALL miss live music, right? Brenton Harris of Australian band, Catholic Guilt, tells me just how much live music means to him on this episode of Pop-Punk & Pizza. Brenton also talks about what it was like growing up in Australia and more. It was truly a pleasure talking with you, Brenton. Thanks for being on the podcast and all the kind words!
Catholic Guilt’s new music video for “Life In Three Part Harmony” is out now via Wiretap Records.
Hey there! I hope September has greeted you with nothing but warm positive feelings. Yes, there’s a lot of crazy things happening in the world, but that’s nothing new, right? September is a special month because as of the 20th, Pop-Punk & Pizza will be four years old! What an amazing four years it has been. My heart is filled with nothing but gratitude for all the love and support the podcast has received from you this past four years. I can’t express enough how thankful I am for you. Every year, the podcast has continued to improve and grow with your help. From the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU to all the guests, bands, publicists, managers, and listeners of Pop-Punk & Pizza. Here’s to many more years together!Here’s 10 songs to jam out to for September 2020:
“Til We’re Dead” – Guardrail
“Bad Guy” – Of Brighter Skies (Not a Billie Eilish cover.)