The Garden's New Album 'Kiss My Super Bowl Ring' Out Now

The Garden's New Album 'Kiss My Super Bowl Ring' Out Now

Kiss My Super Bowl Ring, the fourth studio album from The Garden (Wyatt and Fletcher Shears) is out today via Epitaph Records. Though primarily self-produced, the album includes tracks co-produced by Dylan Brady, and Wharfwhit, along with tracks featuring Ariel Pink, Khalif Jones (aka Le1f) and even a snippet from Carrot Top.

Today, the duo unveils an intimate interview about the new record. You can watch the conversation here.


Southern California twin duo, The Garden have been carving their own path since their formation in 2011. Known musically for their fast, punk-influenced jungle and DnB styles, they have a total of four studio albums and four EPs under their name, including LPs The Life and Times of a Paperclip (2013), Haha (2015), and Mirror Might Steal Your Charm(2018), and Kiss My Super Bowl Ring (2020). Touring at a constant rate across the US, Europe, UK, China, Japan, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and Mexico since 2013, their show is a mix of aggressive, unpredictable and trickster-ish tendencies. Additionally, The Garden made their Coachella debut in 2019 with previous festival appearances at Camp Flog Gnaw, Sasquatch, Riot Fest, Concrete & Grass in Shanghai, Neon Desert, End of the Road Festival, Tropicalia, and more. 

1. Clench To Stay Awake
2. A Struggle
3. Sneaky Devil
4. Kiss My Super Bowl Ring
5. A Fool's Expedition
6. AMPM Truck
7. Hit Eject
8. The King Of Cutting Corners
9. Lurkin' (feat. Khalif Jones)
10. Lowrider Slug (feat. Ariel Pink)
11. Please, Fuck Off

In support of the new record, the two-piece will bring their visceral live show across North American beginning March 26 in Santa Ana, CA and wrapping May 3 in Los Angeles, CA with support from George Clanton. Tickets are on sale now and moving fast. For more information visit,

3/26     Santa Ana, CA           The Observatory – SOLD OUT
3/27     Felton, CA                  Felton Music Hall                                           
3/28     San Francisco, CA     Great American Music Hall – SOLD OUT
3/30     Portland, OR              Hawthorne Theater
3/31     Seattle, WA                The Crocodile – SOLD OUT                                     
4/3       Salt Lake City, UT      The Greek Station
4/4       Denver, CO                Marquis Theater
4/5       Omaha, NE                Slowdown
4/7       Minneapolis, MN        7th Street Entry
4/8       Chicago, IL                Bottom Lounge
4/9       Ferndale, MI              Loving Touch
4/10     Cleveland, OH           Mahall's – SOLD OUT   
4/11    Toronto, ON                Velvet Underground – SOLD OUT                                       
4/14     Hamden, CT              Space Ballroom
4/16     Boston, MA                The Sinclair
4/17     Brooklyn, NY             Warsaw
4/18     Philadelphia, PA        First Unitarian Church
4/19     Washington DC         Union Stage
4/21     Atlanta, GA                Masquerade
4/22     Tampa, FL                 Crowbar – SOLD OUT   
4/24     Houston, TX              Satellite Bar
4/25     San Antonio, TX         Paper Tiger
4/26     Dallas, TX                  Deep Ellum Art. Co
4/28     El Paso, TX                Lowbrow Palace                                            
4/30     Phoenix, AZ               Crescent Ballroom
5/1       San Diego, CA           Observatory North Park
5/3       Los Angeles, CA        The Fonda Theatre