Indie punk label Manic Kat records have paired up with producer John Naclerio to re-release Des Moines, IA History On Repeat's debut 2010 EP So Long, Future Boy. The release was originally released on Naclerio's Broken English Records and is a nod to the Drive Thru Records era releases. History On Repeat is for followers of Saves The Day, Valencia, Taking Back Sunday. So Long, Future Boy will be released on September 20th, 2019, see below to check out the EP and to read statements from the record labels.
"We have been working with John [Nada Recording] very closely the last few years since he handled all our post-production/mastering for many of our artists. During that time, we always talked about doing something but never really took the next step. It wasn’t until earlier this year that we both finally decided to pull the trigger on this. It makes so much sense to re-release several of Broken English Records’ catalogue since it is our 5 year anniversary. We decided on History On Repeat being the first one out the gate because they are also celebrating the 10 year anniversary of ‘So Long, Future Boy’ next year and have some exciting things in the works for that.” - Peter James | Manic Kat Records
"Straight from the heart of Iowa, this pop rock quartet, History On Repeat, stays true to the music they love, while blending perfectly with the sounds of the early 2000’s pop punk scene. History On Repeat plays pop rock anthems full of driving guitars, aggressive percussion, and choruses that will be stuck in your head for weeks. They were a great addition to Broken English at the time since they possessed a well-rounded approach and a polished stage presence. During those days, those four pioneers displayed their true desire to be the next pop punk heavyweights.” - John Naclerio | Broken English Records