There's a reason people won't shut up about Beach Slang, especially after seeing them in the flesh: Whenever the Philly rock trio plays a club, the room goes wild. I'm talking seas of people pumping their fists and thrashing around in front of the stage with such ebullient enthusiasm, you'd think that Punk Rock Jesus Himself (who also goes by the name of Blake Schwarzenbach, just FYI) came down from some dive bar on high, offering to buy beers for the whole room. That energy manifests just as powerfully on record, as evidenced by Beach Slang's debut album, last year's The Things We Do to Find People Who Feel Like Us, otherwise known as 2015's answer to the Replacements' Let It Be. Just like their local and (similarly good live) pals Sheer Mag, this band runs on pure instinct and unbridled emotion, translating their racing minds into chaotic, catchy rock songs.

It's appropriate, then, that Beach Slang decided to call their sophomore LP A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings. The record is exactly as advertised: a 30-minute suite of unhinged anthems that would make Paul Westerberg pretty damn proud. Hear for yourself: NPR's streaming the album in its entirety ahead of its release next week (via Polyvinyl). Listen below, and check out our recent Beach Slang interview, containing their video for "Atom Bomb," a frenzied highlight from Loud Bash. Scroll down for a full list of upcoming tour dates, as well.

A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings arrives September 23 via Polyvinyl.

BEACH SLANG on TOUR
Sept. 17 — Wilmington, DE @ Dogfish Head Analog-a-GoGo @ Bellevue State Park
Sept. 22 — Fort Wayne, IN @ Brass Rail
Sept. 23 — Chicago, IL @ Goose Island Beer Co. Urban Block Party
Sept. 27 — New York, NY @ Rough Trade (Album Release Show)
Sept. 30 – Oct. 1 — Shreveport, LA @ Louisiana Music Prize
Oct. 6 — Boston, MA @ Royale
Oct. 8 — Philadelphia, PA @ Project Pabst Citywide Festival @ Electric Factory
Oct. 11 — Washington, DC @ Black Cat **
Oct. 12 — Virginia Beach, VA @ Shaka's **
Oct. 13 — West Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern **
Oct. 14 — Orlando, FL @ Blackbooth **
Oct. 15 — Jacksonville, FL @ Jack Rabbits **
Oct. 16 — Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade (Hell) **
Oct. 18 — Nashville, TN @ The Basement East **
Oct. 19 — Louisville, KY @ Zanzabar **
Oct. 20 — Newport, KY @ The Southgate House Revival **
Oct. 21 — Cleveland, OH @ Grog Shop **
Oct. 22 — Pittsburgh, PA @ Cattivo **
Oct. 24 — Columbus, OH @ Rumba Cafe **
Oct. 25 — Bloomington, IN @ The Bishop **
Oct. 26 — St. Louis, MO @ Old Rock House **
Oct. 28 — Minneapolis, MN @ Triple Rock Social Club**
Oct. 29 — Maquoketa, IA @ Codfish Hollow **
Oct. 30 — Omaha, NE @ Reverb Lounge **
Oct. 31 — Kansas City, MO @ The Tank Room **
Nov. 1 — Fayetteville, AR @ George's Majestic Lounge **
Nov. 2 — Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th Street Collective **
Nov. 4 — Austin, TX @ Sound on Sound Festival
Nov. 5 — Mcdade, TX @ Sherwood Forest Faire
Nov. 7 — Glasgow, Scotland @ Mono
Nov. 8 — London, England @ Scala
Nov. 9 — Leeds, England @ Brudenell Social Club
Nov. 10 — Brighton, England @ The Haunt
Nov. 12 — Brussels, Belgium @ Witloof Room
Nov. 13 — Hamburg, Germany @ Knust
Nov. 14 — Hanover, Germany @ LUX
Nov. 15 — Berlin, Germany @ Lido
Nov. 17 — Leipzig, Germany @ Conne Island
Nov. 18 — Bezirk Ottakring, Austria @ Chelsea
Nov. 19 — Winterthur, Switzerland @ Albani
Nov. 20 — Munich, Germany @ Ampere
Nov. 21 — Muenster, Germany @ Sputnikhalle
Nov. 22 — Cologne, Germany @ Gebaude 9
Nov. 23 — Paris, France @ La Maroquinerie
Nov. 25 — Barcelona, Spain @ La 2 d'Apollo
Nov. 26 — Madrid, Spain @ Moby Dick

** w/ Bleached