OPS release new song/video ‘Lost As An Adult’

If you need a newer band to listen, then punk group OPS will definitely be a band you should get your ears into. Their new song ‘Lost As An Adult‘, as the band mention, is about “respecting space, bodies and choices and not using the privacy that can come with sex as an excuse to treat people in a way you wouldn’t want other people to know about.” Check out the song below!

Their upcoming album ‘Sluice Around‘ will be released on November 11th via Everything Sucks.


OPS detail debut album

Vegan punks OPS (formerly Okinawa Picture Show) have announced details of their debut album which is to be titled Sluice Around. The record is set for 11th November release via Everything Sucks.

The band, consisting of Eve Phillips (bass and vocals), Sam Neal (drums), Paul Stokes (guitar and vocals) and Elly Kingdon (vocals), have lyrics surrounding mental health crossed with those about animals and it makes for a nice mix.

Hear the first track from the album So Slick down below:


The band are also going out on the road, see dates and RSVP below:
Wednesday 10th August, Sheffield – The Audacious Art Experiment with Ganglions

Thursday 11th August, Nottingham – JT Soar with Beauty Pageant and Society

Friday 12th August, London – Veg Bar with Camp Shy