Since their 2011 comeback album, street-punk mainstays SWINGIN’ UTTERS have been on a tear—releasing two more new albums, a career spanning greatest hits album, and relentless touring—building on their hallmark aesthetic of classic street-punk, with a wide array of folk, country, garage-rock, and even honky-tonk embellishments. Once again JOHNNY, DARIUS, and JACK have collaborated to put together 15 songs that are as catchy as they are cohesive. Peace and Love is a true testament to the creative dexterity of these talented songwriters. From the Lemmy-inspired album opener “Undertaker, Undertake” to the catchy pop-tinged “Human Potential” to album closing ballad “H.L.S.,” a heartfelt tribute to Jack’s friend and former bandmate, the Utters do not disappoint on Peace and Love. With the addition of LUKE RAY (COBRA SKULLS) and TONY TEIXEIRA (Cobra Skulls, WESTERN ADDICTION), Swingin' Utters have taken on a whole new life while maintaining that classic Utters sound that has placed them in a league of their own for 3 decades. With tons of touring planned throughout the fall and beyond, don’t expect these punk rock legends to slow down any time soon.