Album artwork for Nameless Faces by Stops

Self-described as "5 ladies playing punk rock." This, their debut LP, definitely adds to Portland's reputation for dark but melodic punk rock (see: Red Dons, The Observers, The Wipers). The band plays driving distorted punk that is at times informed by power pop. Think of a band that somehow combines the seemingly disparate influence of The Adolescents, The Wipers, and The Go-Gos and you're in the right place. Members of Red Dons, The Pedestrians, and Pataha Hiss.

Stops

Nameless Faces

Dirt Cult Records
Album artwork for Nameless Faces by Stops
LP

$19.99

Black
Released 08/26/2022Catalog Number

DC087-LP

Stops

Nameless Faces

Dirt Cult Records
Album artwork for Nameless Faces by Stops
LP

$19.99

Black
Released 08/26/2022Catalog Number

DC087-LP

Self-described as "5 ladies playing punk rock." This, their debut LP, definitely adds to Portland's reputation for dark but melodic punk rock (see: Red Dons, The Observers, The Wipers). The band plays driving distorted punk that is at times informed by power pop. Think of a band that somehow combines the seemingly disparate influence of The Adolescents, The Wipers, and The Go-Gos and you're in the right place. Members of Red Dons, The Pedestrians, and Pataha Hiss.