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Celebrated Chicago Celtic punk band Flatfoot 56 recently released a new EP, The Vancouver Sessions, with Sailor’s Grave Records. In celebration of the new record and upcoming summer tour dates, the band has released a new video for their reimagined, folk-acoustic version of their fan favorite song “Cain.” Fans can pre-order the EP now at
“The music video for Cain was a blast to shoot. We shot it on a Sunday afternoon in about three hours. A whole group of us carried all our gear into a local forest preserve and proceeded to get as dirty as we could. We were a site for all the people walking by as we slapped each other with mud. We loved the way the video turned out. The producer (Jordan Saylor from JLS Collective) did a great job editing it up. We hope you enjoy it as well.” – Tobin Bawinkel (vocals/guitar)
The Vancouver Sessions EP features stripped down, intimate performances of four of their classics, and the new song, “How Long,” re-imagined and re-recorded.
Follow the band at for additional information.

Flatfoot 56 Tour Dates:

  • July 7 – Urbana, IL – Champaign County Fairgrounds (Acoustic Set)
  • July 14 – Chicago, IL – Ashbery Coffeehouse (Acoustic Set)
  • Aug 3 – Milwaukee, WI – Cactus Club
  • Aug 4 – Green Bay, WI – Lyric Room
  • Aug 24 – Lombard, IL – Brauerhouse Lombard
  • Sept 14 – Tulsa, OK – River West Festival Park
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