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OFF! Presents Watermelon: The Movie

A project in Los Angeles, CA by Pyramid House
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A Sci-Fi Punk Rockumentary
Backers: 1636
Average Pledge Per Backer: $93

Funded: $151,587 of $175,000
Dates: Apr 1st -> May 1st (30 days)
Project By: Pyramid House
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Latest News

OFF! touring, hopefully still releasing

May 20th - via: brooklynvegan.com
In addition to some upcoming tour dates, OFF! launched an Kickstarter for a movie and accompanying album. It wasn't successful, but hopefully we'll hear the new songs they've written somehow soon. (Read More)

24 hours to go!

April 30th - via: kickstarter.com
This is it, one last push! If we don’t hit our goal, we get nothing. Please share and pledge. There’s still a bunch of amazing stuff for sale. Remember, you can pledge for as many rewards as you want but you have to create a new account using a... (Read More)

Only 2 days left!

April 29th - via: kickstarter.com
We're not there yet! Remember, you can pledge for as many rewards as you want but you have to create a new account using a different email address each time. We hope you do! Thanks so much for your support!  (Read More)

HELP PUNK-ROCK LIFERS OFF! FINISH THEIR DEBUT FILM

April 25th - via: altpress.com
Keith Morris is far more cooler than you, this writer and most of our friends. And really, he misplaced that last rat (Read More)

OFF! Announces New Album and Sci-Fi Punk Rockumentary

April 3rd - via: broadwayworld.com
OFF!, the punk supergroup comprised of Keith Morris (ex-Black Flag, Circle Jerks), Steven McDonald (Melvins, Redd Kross), Mario Rubalcaba(Earthless, Hot Snakes), and Dimitri Coats (ex-Burning Brides), have launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise the final funds they require to complete Watermelon:The Movie, the feature film the band began work on in late 2016. Supporters can pledge via the Kickstarter campaign for rewards such as limited edition merch (including a never before used Raymond Pettibondesign) and being in the film itself (the final scene is a concert that fans can pledge to be in the audience for). (Read More)

OFF! Return with New Album and "Sci-Fi Punk Rockumentary"

April 2nd - via: exclaim.ca
While it may have all seemed like an April Fool's joke, punk supergroup OFF! really are returning with a new album. The record is being called Watermelon, and it will apparently arrive alongside a film described as a "sci-fi punk rockumentary." (Read More)

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