Post Pink is Baltimore punk rock. We were lucky enough to get these folks to answer a few questions about their new album, the freaks and geeks that inspire them, and the platform that Manifest provides.
Where are you from? Where are you now?
Baltimore, forever in Baltimore
Tell me about the music you make.
Freaky deaky post punk, short and sweet
How did you hear about Manifest?
We’ve played North Carolina a couple times, most recently this past summer. The organizers reached out to us to play and we thought it sounded like a great time.
Why is this festival important?
This festival is making a safe space for us and fellow artists to express ourselves. There’s so many shitty things going on in the world, it’s nice and super important to be a part of an inclusive event that welcomes all of us and gives us all a platform for both individuality and coming together as musicians and music lovers.
What are your hopes for your music?
We’ve been working on a new album. We just recently recorded two new songs at Candyland studios in Dayton, OH, and we hope to record the rest of the album this winter. Looking forward to more touring, more dancing, more friend making, and more groovy tunes along the way.
Who inspires you? Why?
Shout out to all the freaks and the geeks.
Any women or non-binary artists we should already be listening to?
Some of our pals in Baltimore: Maxine, Romantic States, Snail Mail (now NYC), Wildhoney, Natural Velvet
DC: Flasher, Big Hush, Homosuperior
NC: Bat Fangs