Iron Chic joins the SideOneDummy family, new album due this fall

Iron Chic
photo: Michael Rasmussen

Los Angeles punk label SideOneDummy Records has quite the impressive roster, don’t they? Whether it be PUP, Jeff Rosenstock, Andrew Jackson Jihad or Superheaven, the indie label undeniably has one of the strongest crop of bands in the world of punk under their belt, practically dominating the smaller side of the genre at this point.

Well, punk fans rejoice, because SideOneDummy’s family just got a little bit bigger: Long Island punk quintet Iron Chic is now a part of the label. Formally a part of Bridge Nine Records, the band will release their follow-up to 2013’s The Constant One sometime this coming fall. This will be the band’s first album without founding guitarist Rob McAllister, who passed away earlier this year.

In the meantime, you can catch Iron Chic on limited dates in the U.S. or many venues in Europe this April and May, which you can find below.

Iron Chic

2/26 – Brooklyn, NY – Aviv
2/27 – Patchogue, Long Island – Brickhouse
3/4 – Baltimore, MD – The Sidebar
4/28 – Trier, Germany – Mergener Hof
4/29 – Aachen, Germany – AZ
4/30 – Meerhout, Belgium – Groezrock
5/1 – Brighton, England – Green Door Store
5/2 – Manchester, England – Alphabet Brewing Company
5/3 – Bristol, England – The Exchange
5/4 – London, England – DIY Space
5/5 – Paris, France – Olympic Café
5/6 – Geneve, Switzerland – Biubstock Festival
5/7 – Zürich, Switzerland – Obenuse Fest
5/8 – Darmstand, Germany – Oetinger Villa
6/11 – Asbury Park, NJ – Punk Rock Bowling