CityCop to repress debut
2013-05-16 by Adam Amanse | 17 Comments

Ashtabula, Ohio emo/acoustic/punk/etc. natives CityCop plan on re-issuing their debut record "The
Hope in Forgiving and Giving Up Hope" on vinyl this fall via Flannel Gurl Records and Tangled Talk
Records.

The band is also recording new material at the moment, and you can also download/stream all of their
stuff for free on their bandcamp.

To download:
http://citycop.bandcamp.com

Original Facebook post:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/CityCop/211220941389?hc_location=stream

Twitter

Band Page: CityCop

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lecolumbus
May 17th 2013

84 Comments


I love these guys. Fucking great band and awesome people too.

PaulShallPerish
May 17th 2013

84 Comments


Love this band! I have seen and played with them twice, one of the times being at Meatspin 2 at SXSW, and they are incredible. Stoked for this.

heyadam
May 17th 2013

1708 Comments


They're really awesome dudes. I grew up right around the corner from them. It's cool to see them starting to get heard!

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North0House2
May 17th 2013

5838 Comments


What an awesome band.

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SadAndHolyGlow
May 17th 2013

1510 Comments


Finally.

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XingKing
May 17th 2013

10313 Comments


I am fond of new stuff

heyadam
May 17th 2013

1708 Comments


I'll get to see them a few times because I'm flying back home for a few weeks. Stoked, they put on a great show.

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
May 17th 2013

23800 Comments


that's pretty cool. I'd personally be more inclined to pick up the Seasons EP on wax though.

InFiction
May 17th 2013

3645 Comments


Fucking love these guys. Need to travel to the states and see them.

BlindHouse
May 17th 2013

80 Comments


"CityCop to repress debut ". Oh, was the memory of it that bad?

heyadam
May 17th 2013

1708 Comments


"that's pretty cool. I'd personally be more inclined to pick up the Seasons EP on wax though."

I think they still have some. They were only ten bucks and the pressings were so sick. The back was just a design of branches and it looked great

Trist66
May 17th 2013

148 Comments


ZING

ReAnimator
May 17th 2013

308 Comments


"CityCop to repress debut ". Oh, was the memory of it that bad?"

hahaha also my first thought

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SpritzSpritz
May 17th 2013

527 Comments


playing with them really soon in providence. should be awesome.

drasticaction74
May 18th 2013

1727 Comments


"CityCop to repress debut ". Oh, was the memory of it that bad?"

can't always keep the demons away

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cinaedus
May 18th 2013

26447 Comments


prefer SuburbanFirefighter tbh

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heyadam
September 3rd 2013

1708 Comments


Found out that they're pressing this in October, so it won't be too much longer. I love this album, though. They have phenomenal tracks on The Hope in Forgiving...



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