Diarrhea Planet at High Dive this Sunday

Diarrhea Planet will be playing at High Dive this Sunday. Here is a link to the Facebook event for more info.

Diarrhea Planet is quite the unique band, and it is for more than just their bizarre name. Their band is led by four guitarists. Their pop-punk sound makes their music easy and fun to listen to. You will find yourself nodding along to the catchy choruses as the four different guitarists take turns taking the lead on the solo.

Just listening to their music through headphones cannot compare to this band in person though. Diarrhea Planet is known to produce an extremely high energy show that rubs off onto the audience making them a live must-see.

That is my favorite song of their newest EP, Aliens in the Outfield. The EP starts off with this high energy song that showcases the vocalist’s angsty voice mixed with emotional lyrics that still possess some kind of youthful hopefulness.

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About ashbystrauch

Ashby Strauch is a journalism student at the University of Florida with a love for the Earth and its inhabitants. She is passionate about learning, storytelling and social media. Ashby is currently a staff writer for GainesvilleScene and a health reporter for The Student Body Magazine. She aspires to tell the stories that need to be told--whatever they are and wherever that takes her. One of her particular interests is how storytelling can bring about societal change. In her spare time, she enjoys listening to music and spending time outdoors. Her mantra: be the person your dog thinks you are.
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