Durham punk rockers The Muslims will open for Jawbreaker in Atlanta and Nashville with Lucero

By CLTure News

January 25, 2022

’90s punk rock band Jawbreaker have extended their 2022 reunion tour celebrating the 25th anniversary of their 1995 album, Dear You. Although the album is now technically 26 years old, the band will embark on a 27-date U.S. tour in 2022 to celebrate the 25th anniversary (due to Covid-19) with an impressive lineup of supporting acts including Built to Spill, the Descendents, Jawbox, Face to Face, Best Coast, The Linda Lindas, and Durham’s own punk rockers, The Muslims.

The Durham band recently signed to Epitaph Records and released a full-length album, Fuck These Fuckin Fascists, on September 24, 2021.

“The piercing punk rock of Durham’s The Muslims pulls no punches. Interweaving sardonic humor with plain-spoken political observation, Fuck These Fuckin’ Fascists calls out Republicans, Democrats, cops, anti-maskers and anyone standing against justice and equality. Their no-frills brand of punk rock is full of brisk drum beats, swinging bass riffs and careening guitar lines that accent these coarse yet poignant lyrics. In short, The Muslims are the shot in the arm punk rock’s been needing for years,” Grant Golden wrote in our 21 Favorite North Carolina Albums and EPs of 2021.

The Muslims will join Memphis alternative country band, Lucero, opening for Jawbreaker in Atlanta, GA at The Tabernacle on May 4 and Nashville’s Brooklyn Bowl on May 5.

You can find tickets for the tour here. Check out the full 2022 Jawbreaker Dear You 25th anniversary tour schedule:

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