… but we’re really good at the ska.
Rehearsing for our next show, June 13 at Hong Kong in Harvard Square.
Thank you 23min of Ska for including us in your annual holiday episode! We’re in good company!🎄🕎🏁
On July 25, 2017, our self-titled record was released. We’re still very proud of it and we hope you’ve had some time to enjoy it wherever you listen to music. If you’re into mp3s and lossless files, you can download this album along with a our live and studio EPs from Bandcamp for less than $10! Just click on “buy digital discography.
Happy Thanksgiving and Happy Black Friday!
Starting today you can download our new album for only $5 or bundled with all of our releases for less than $10. Bandcamp allows you to download music in the format of your choice.
The music is then YOURS. No wifi, no spotify, no youtube, no problem. The files are yours to listen to whenever you want.
Happy Release Day!
Our self-titled full-length album is available TODAY just about everywhere you might download or stream music.
Pick up a physical copy tonight, July 25, 2017 at our album release show at O’Brien’s Pub in Allston.
Established Boston-based ska band The New Limits is looking for a KEYBOARDand TROMBONE player!
The styles we play include traditional ska, reggae, rocksteady, two-tone, and some third-wave stuff (no punk). Our influences include (but are not limited to) The Slackers, Westbound Train, The Toasters, and The Aggrolites. We practice roughly once per week and gig one to two times per month. We all have day jobs and won’t be touring any time soon, but we are committed. We’ve shared the stage with such bands as The Slackers, Westbound Train, Deal’s Gone Bad, Bim Skala Bim, The Beatdown, and The Allstonians.
Please contact us if you love ska and are over the age of 21. We encourage people of all backgrounds and identities to audition!
email email@example.com or text (617) 942-1983
Listen to our studio and live EPs at http://thenewlimits.bandcamp.com
** We do this for the love of the music. While we do occasionally make money, it’s not much and it’s typically used to pay band expenses. **