Resistors started in Brooklyn in 2012, when guitarist/vocalist Scott Wolff (Pumps, Bound & Buried, Moving Target) realized that he had a bunch of songs and no band, so he went into the studio to make a record on his own. The result was a bit of a throwback to the 1990’s melodic punk scene he grew up in, drawing influence from Good Riddance, 88 Fingers Louie and Bad Religion.
Resistors just dropped their newest LP, ‘Rational Policy for the 19th Century‘, on January 26th. About this release, the band explains:
“Rational Policy is a reaction to the general bumout of the world in 2018. It’s not going to fix any of the problems we’re facing, but if you play it loud enough, you might fly backwards into a wall and break all of your bones, which would at least create some sort of distraction. The album features ten new songs and what we think is a pretty killer cover of the Kenny Loggins smash hit, Danger Zone.”