The Stitches' Obsession with Punk's First Wave Has Made Them a Fan Boy's Dream

East Bay Express | June 17, 2009
While it's been fifteen years since the release of the Stitches' raucous first single, "Sixteen," and about a decade since they were at the height of their career, the Southern California band hasn't strayed from punk's debaucherous ethos, and continues to sporadically traverse the world's dingy bars.

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