The Soft Pack announce new single

'C'Mon' is followed by the band's debut album

Formally known as The Muslims, these San Diegan rockers now perform under the name The Soft Pack after being forced to change their band name after receiving a lot of flak. Find out more about them in this week's New Noise issue of NME, on sale now. Pic: Pamela Littky
Hotly-tipped San Diego band The Soft Pack have announced the release of a new single.

'C'mon', which features on the band's forthcoming self-titled debut album, is released on February 8 on 7-inch vinyl and digitally.

Singer Matt Lamkin said the song was inspired by a film he made for a school project about people at a carnival.

"It was silent and in the background you’d just have me saying, “C’moooooooon!” when it focused (on), you know, some guy eating popcorn," Lamkin said.

The Soft Pack's eponymous debut album is released on February 1.

The album's tracklisting is:

'C'mon'
'Down On Lovin''
'Answer To Yourself'
'Move Along'
'Pull Out'
'More Or Less'
'Tides Of Time'
'Flammable'
'Mexico'
'Parasites'

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