Off With Their Heads Top Churchill's Bill on Saturday

Minnesota punks Off With Their Heads have been grinding out some of the best melodic "don't call it pop" punk the Twin Cities have put out in recent history. For the past seven years, the band has gone under the radar. But a stable lineup since 2007 and heavy touring (15 months in the past year and a half) have led to a strong national following and sales of more than 20,000 records worldwide. That's all for a band that owes more to the local underground basement scene than radio play. Now, it's officially signed with L.A. punk powerhouse label Epitaph and has ditched the cold Northern winter for another round on the road. It lands in sunny-shady South Florida this Saturday at Churchill's.

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Tigger Lunney
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