Problem Daughter had their album release show for their newest release, Fits of Disorganized Boredom, at The Underground with Pop Warner, Wicked Bears and Wearing Thin. This was one of their first shows since they started recording their album last year. Locals have been waiting for their new release which is also being distributed through Dying Scene Records.
The night started off with Pop Warner, one of Provo’s newer punk bands. I’ve wanting to catch Pop Warner play for a couple of months and I’m glad I got the chance. Wicked Bears followed up next, a band consisting of members of Show Me Island and Eli Whitney. They’re definitely not new to the scene and play an awesome set. Wearing Thin then followed and changed the mood of the show. By the time their set started, the venue was full. They played their set in darkness and brought a heaver sound to the show.
Problem Daughter played last and the crowd instantly started signing. Long time fans, friends, and family showed up for the album release. The venue was packed and there was overflow that went into the halls. Halfway through the set there was some gear malfunction and there was a song done in a stripped-down fashion with complete crowd participation—everyone sang along. Everything was fixed with the help of the other bands and they finished their set. By the end of the night the venue was dripping with sweat and was full of good times.