Listen To New PENNYWISE Song 'Won't Give Up The Fight'

Listen To New PENNYWISE Song 'Won't Give Up The Fight'

"Won't Give Up The Fight", a brand new song from PENNYWISE, can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band's upcoming album, "Never Gonna Die", due on April 20 via Epitaph. The legendary punk band's twelfth full-length is the first full album of new songs with singer Jim Lindberg, guitarist Fletcher Dragge, drummer Byron McMackin, and bassist Randy Bradbury in over a decade.

Produced by longtime PENNYWISE collaborator Cameron Webb (MOTÖRHEAD, NOFX, ALKALINE TRIO), "Never Gonna Die" came to life in the same space where the band penned classic songs with late bassist Jason Thirsk. With its quintessential power to merge the subversive and the celebratory, PENNYWISE has built the album on fast-paced anthems expertly engineered to inspire radical change, personal empowerment, relentless hijinks, and reckless fast times.

"Never Gonna Die" track listing:

01. Never Gonna Die
02. American Lies
03. Keep Moving On
04. Live While You Can
05. We Set Fire
06. She Said
07. Can't Be Ignored
08. Goodbye Bad Times
09. A Little Hope
10. Won't Give Up The Fight
11. Can't Save You Now
12. All The Ways U Can Die
13. Listen
14. Something New

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Formed in the South Bay of Los Angeles — a neighborhood with a rich punk-rock history — PENNYWISE began in 1988. The band went on to amass an international following with their relentless touring and a melodic, high-energy sound fusing classic punk, surf punk, and blistering hardcore. Through the years, PENNYWISE has solidified its place in punk history with iconic songs like "Fuck Authority", "Alien" and "Bro Hymn" (their timeless ode to brotherhood and departed friends).

PENNYWISE has released 11 albums over the last three decades. Resolutely working outside the margins of the mainstream, the band has emerged as an enduringly vibrant staple on SoCal radio airwaves and the worldwide festival circuit.

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