Stream Goalkeeper’s ‘Bad Times Don’t Last’ EP

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What others are saying about Goalkeeper:

“…high-energy pop-punk…”- Substream

“Tracks like ‘Sunshine’ and ‘Chances’ though, made me think of Blink 182. Like a lot. Which is a good thing because I haven’t listened to the Mark, Tom & Travis show for so long that it’s actually kinda refreshing to hear that sound again. Yes, the songs on ‘Bad Times Don’t Last’ are a throwback. But a very nicely executed one.”
Punk Rock Theory

“Bad Times is a total throwback to pop-punk from the new millennium days while also not being dated. Goalkeeper is a great balance of old meets new pop-punk using their influences as references rather than coping them and making the entire thing something all their own.”- The Pop Punk Dad

“After hearing an early release of their new EP Bad Times Don’t Last, my admiration has surely grown… it definitely leaves me wanting more!”- Spinning Thoughts

“Goalkeeper is the next big name in Pop Punk music…”- Dear Untitled

Goalkeeper (Philadelphia) ‘Bad Times Don’t Last’ EP Out Now


Produced by Kevin Mahoney (Hit The Lights) and Rick King of King Sound Studio (Hit The Lights, Forever Came Calling)

The new EP from Philadelphia’s Goalkeeper is out now

Stream “Bad Times Don’t Last” here:

Apple Music:…/bad-times-dont-last-ep/1440517728
Amazon Music:

“Bad Times Don’t Last” is an EP that deals with the idea of choices and how we react to them. The EP finds itself in reflection, but also in action to life and it’s every changing experience. “Bad Times Don’t Last” faces the difficult decisions head-on, and pressed forward without hesitation.”– Goalkeeper

Check out the video for “Sunshine” the 2nd single off the ‘Bad Times Don’t Last’ EP:

When opportunity knocks, Philly natives Goalkeeper are the ones answering the door. Ryan Beebe (Singer/Bassist), Marc Juliano (Guitarist), and Cody Ritchie (Drummer), came together at a critical point in their careers when all member’s original bands reached their expiration dates at the same time. Without skipping a beat, Goalkeeper was formed. Finding inspiration in the expanding world of pop-punk, Goalkeeper wants to make their mark and prove there’s still new sounds to be heard. Focusing on tight, driving songwriting, their music emphasizes a fresh, gut-wrenching sound with lyrics that focus on the levity of situations. Goalkeeper recorded with Rick King and Kevin Mahoney at King Sound Studios in the spring of 2018 and have an EP release planned later in the year. They’ve played along acts such as State Champs, The Starting Line, Hit The Lights and Homesafe.”

Upcoming shows:

January 24th, 2019: New York Pizza in Greensboro, NC
January 25th, 2019: Ground Zero in Spartanburg, SC
January 26th, 2019: Garden Grove Brewing in Richmond, VA






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