Connecticut pop-punkers Angry Bears have finished recording their forthcoming EP. The trio returned to the studio in February to record the follow up to 2012’s raw and energetic Stay Gold. Man Overboard front man Nik Bruzzese is producing the EP, which was recorded at Bruzzese’s Small Hill Studio in New Jersey.
Originally forming in 2008 under the name ‘Licensed To Save’ they have quickly built a supportive fan base. One that has allowed them grow from their local scene and has launched them on a national level evident in 2012. To date, Angry Bears has landed support slots with Rocky Loves Emily and Victory Records’ Victorian Halls. They were also previously featured in June’s Alternative Press magazine, followed by an appearance at the ‘Rooftop Rockoff’ at Mohegan Sun Casino. Angry Bears have shared the stage with some of the most hotly tipped bands in pop-punk including On My Honor, Audiostrobelight, Major League & Life On The Sideline.
With the new EP nearing completion and their most extensive tour plans to date in the works, 2013 promises to be another exciting year for Angry Bears.