Goldfinger’s ‘Superman’ remains embedded in the brains of anyone who frequently played the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater video-game series, but since those kick-flippin’ days, the band has basically morphed into a musical vehicle for singer John Feldmann, who trades in and out various members when he likes.

This Friday, Goldfinger release their first record since 2008’s Hello Destiny, and Feldmann has enlisted a veritable who’s who of the SoCal punk scene: MXPX bassist Mike Herrera, Story of the Year guitarist Philip “Moon Valjean” Sneed, and Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker.

The group released lead single ‘Put The Knife Away’ in May, and have now released the follow-up: the mid-tempo reggae jam ‘Tijuana Sunrise’.

The new album is called The Knife, and will be released in skate stores and on Spotify on July 21.

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