Young Pilgrims

New NonMutant Benefit Compilation Available for Streaming & Purchase

NonMutant just shared its second benefit compilation NonMutant Presents Volume II: Unite!, a release whose proceeds benefit United We Dream. The organization helps to protect immigrants, defending against deportations, gaining educational access, and seeking justice for LBGTQ immigrants. A cavalcade of local Philly bands including The Stammer, Sandcastle, Lizdelise, Full Bush, Blood Sound, Sheena & Thee Nosebleeds, and Young Pilgrims can be found on the collection. On Friday, September 28, The Barbary will host a charity benefit show for United We Dream, featuring Young Pilgrims, Ess See, Full Bush, and The Stammer.

   

New Track: "God of the Moon" - Young Pilgrims

As a forerunner to their forthcoming album, Young Pilgrims has released a new single, “God of the Moon”. Channeling the grief of being left behind, the band crafts a melodic, pop-punk goodbye. Hitting on both existential isolation with a communal sense of harmony, the trio delivers a heartfelt tribute. A reflective, joyful nostalgia meshes with the admission that so much is out of our control.

   

New Young Pilgrims Album Available for Streaming & Download

The trio of Young Pilgrims recently shared its sophomore record Anhedonia. The album spills over with jangly emotive rock; however, in contrast to its title, those bursts of illuminating exposure are quite pleasant. After all, everyone screws up, or shuts down from time to time, hearing a relatable message might just help to pick you up off the floor.

   

New Track: "Be Good" - Young Pilgrims

"This song took a lot to happen; I hope you get something out of it." Young Pilgrims lay it all on the line in their latest single, "Be Good". Lost love combined with longing and regret is a theme old as time yet the universal feelings shared continue to inspire. Share it with someone you love(d).

   

The Deli Philly's Featured Artist(s) Poll Winner: Young Pilgrims

Rambunctious Young Pilgrims “is a U.S. karate pioneer, and the founder and head of Yoshukai International, a world-wide organization of Yoshukai Karate schools.” Not really - but we’re sure that they’d welcome karate dance moves at their performances. The power trio is made up of high school pals Sean Brown, Jesse Appel and Zack Abel, who came together after the break up of their previous bands, and you can learn more about the group in our Featured Artist(s) Poll Winner interview HERE. (Photo by Jackson Kramer)