Jeunesse Apatride has long been a reference in the antifascist punk and skinhead scene worldwide. Originating from Montreal (Canada), the french speaking band has been active for more than 15 years, doing hundreds of concerts (benefit most of the time) in their hometown, as long as touring Europe two times in 2003 and 2005. After five years of being more or less active, they now have decided to pull the plug, but were grateful enough to grant us a last album before calling it quit.
«Jusqu’au bout » is exactly what a last goodbye should sound like! A powerful punk album with a rock edge. These last songs still deal with social and political issues – but in a more intimate way than their previous efforts – and shows that Jeunesse Apatride still isn’t afraid of showing its teeth. The sound of the band and the production is also more mature, but their youthful angriness is not far behind. Along the years, Jeunesse Apatride has developed a reputation for its integrity and staying true to their principles. Let’s hope their legacy lives long.
Autor*innen: Anna Staudacher
Autor*innen: Audrea Lim; Andrew Hsiao (Editor)
Autor*innen: Simon Schuster