Season 3 - Ep. 5 - Canadian Punks Trashed Ambulance Talk About New Album and Their Sonic Evolution

Today we are going to be speaking with the Canadian punk rock band Trashed Ambulance today.

These guys just put out their third full-length album Future Considerations after releasing 2 EP’s and 2 LP’s since 2014. This one is much different in my opinion for many reasons that we will get into, but suffice it to say, I absolutely love the album, and I wanted to bring Josh and Ozone onto the show today to talk about the band, the music and whatever else these polite Canadian gentlemen want to discuss.

We’ll get the sap straight from the maple tree right after this!


Intro Music: "Colorado" by Birds Love Filters

Outro Music: "Snail Mail" by Speedway Sleeper

Donate to keep the Powered By Rock Podcast alive and well:


Trashed Ambulance's Links:

Make sure to Check Out Trashed Ambulance's Recommendations: Bring on the Storm, The Morons, Sessions, Strike Again

▬ Contents of this video ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬

0:00 - Intro
1:30 - How did Trashed Ambulance get into punk music?
5:05 - How did Trashed Ambulance settle on their current lineup for 2022 after a few member changes?
10:45 - What are some of Trashed Ambulances influences, and why do they get compared to NOFX?
12:18 - What was the mindset for Trashed Ambulance going into recording their new album Future Considerations?
15:22 - How did Casey Lewis from Belvedere help craft Trashed Ambulance's new album Future Considerations?
18:28 - Does Trashed Ambulance ever feel like writing funny songs is bad for their reputation?
22:33 - How did Trashed Ambulance get Alex Goldfarb, Robbie Moron, Chris Kreuger and Emilie Plamondon on their new album Future Considerations?
24:13 - How did Josh from Trashed Ambulance improve his vocal performance on their new album Future Considerations?
25:59 - What was it like for Trashed Ambulance to have other band members sing on the new album Future Considerations?
27:38 - Is the song "Stalk in the Park" by Trashed Ambulance based on any real-life experiences?
30:14 - Is there a new wave of punk music surging right now?
36:21 - What does Trashed Ambulance think about the rise in Canadian punk bands right now?
37:52 - Will Trashed Ambulance be doing any national, regional or international touring in 2022?
47:30 - What bands does Trashed Ambulance recommend to listen to right now?
49:15 - Outro

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published