Following allegations of sexual assault against Ben Hopkins, the band hasn’t been able to reach an agreement to make their sophomore album, Pageant, available again.
“I strongly contest the account put forth in Jezebel,” Ben Hopkins wrote.
This follows the announcement that the band’s label will no longer distribute their music.
Update: A second label affiliated with the band has also decided to stop selling PWR BTTM merchandise.
In an interview with the site, an anonymous person described being assaulted and abused by Ben Hopkins.
A touring member of PWR BTTM has also announced their departure from the group after the sexual assault allegations against Ben Hopkins.
“The allegations come as a surprise, but we are trying to address them with openness and accountability.”
The pop-punk duo’s new project is available to stream a week early via NPR.
The song is no laughing matter.
According to photographer Mary Kang.
The Brooklyn pop-punk duo’s second full-length album, Pageant, is out May 12.
Outfits that will beam you straight into a sunny spring, as spotted in Austin, Texas.
Embroidery, colorful sunnies, printed pants, and more spotted on the street in Austin, TX.
The duo brought their radically queer rock to The FORT.