The Palmetto state hardcore veterans, Stretch Armstrong are back with their fifth and most accomplished release to date, Free at Last. Their perfect blend of hardcore and melodic punk rock coupled with their positive heart-felt lyrics comes to its creative zenith on this record and their giant hearts are worn more proudly upon their sleeves than ever before.
After the release of their final album for Solid State, Engage, the band embarked on countless tours in sweaty clubs as well as sharing the stage with the likes of New Found Glory and Good Charlotte. Soon the guys from Syndicate management, home to bands such as Thursday and Shadows Fall, would offer the guys in Stretch a unique opportunity to be the flagship band on their new label We Put Out Records.
With major label backing and an independent state of mind, Free at Last will not disappoint their faithful and should attract legions of new fans. It is definitely the album of their career and most focused material. Catch the band on tour all fall and winter, hitting the road first with Strung Out, then going back out again with the Suicide Machines, with George Clinton throwing down with the band at the CD release show, expect great performances and don’t be surprised by impromptu guest appearances.