Lexington, Kentucky Ska!

The Jig Is Up! The News Is Out! 

We finally found her! Our new singer, that is.

Earlier this week we finally revealed our new lead vocalist, Andrea Moffett. Not only does she have a great voice, and tons of past experience with other great bands, she's also oddly at ease around us bunch of doofuses! Doofi? Doofus pluralized!

Anyway, Andrea has been lurking in the shadows, getting up to speed and writing some amazing new material with us for the last couple of months. And, we couldn't be more excited for people to hear these new tunes. Which is why we have Andrea's debut performance lined up for December 17th, at The Green Lantern! Check out our shows section for all the details of the debut show, as well as a couple of other sweet upcoming gigs.

Can't wait to get back at it! See you crazy kids out there!


Happy Halloween, Ruffians! 

We're sad that we didn't get to celebrate our favorite holiday on-stage with silly costumes this year. But, fear not, ye fine ladies and fellows! Great things are just around the corner!

We have gathered all the right ingredients - slime, snails, and puppy dog tales (We would never maim a puppy!) - to brew up our own dastardly concoctions in order to appease your appetites for ska sustenance! <--- Like a collection of run-on-sentence tongue twisters! And, new music! And, new merch!

As always, keep them peepers peepin', because actual legitimate announcements are hiding in the shadows! 

Don't Get Too Comfy! 

We're a little behind, but here we go!

Big thanks to all the fans that made it out to our last few shows. Playing at Lynagh's for the first time was awesome and they were such a welcoming venue. (O'rounds 4 lyfe.) Our second year playing Cirque de Virgo was every bit as great as the first. Oh, and did we mention how awesome opening for The Toasters was?! We are so grateful to Last of the Dodo and The Green Lantern for having us out. Best night ever. We were all sore for a week.  

On a sadder note, our singer Alex sang with us for the last time at our show with The Toasters. She gave us two great years of performances, near and far. Not to mention contributing to the creation of some of our favorite material to date. She will certainly be missed!

But, don't you worry your pretty, little, two-tone-loving heads. The Rough Customers ain't done yet! We have been in the throes of auditioning some extremely talented singers over the last month. So stay tuned!

Looking forward to our next dance, Lexington! 

- Your friendly neighborhood ska band.