The Homeless Gospel Choir ready album for A-F, tour (2014)

Pittsburgh indie folk-punk act The Homeless Gospel Choir has announced plans to release a new album titled I Used To Be So Young on July 15 via Anti-Flag’s label A-F Records. The one man band, consisting of the outspoken troubadour Derek Zanetti, has debuted a new song called “Untitled” today at
Fans are invited to pre-order the album now at The first 40 pre-orders will include an original drawing by Zanetti.
Stream “Untitled” now, exclusively at PunkNews.org
The Homeless Gospel Choir is the Woody Guthrie of the post-hope / pre-apocalypse world that we live in today.  Zanetti is personally charged to tear down greed, privilege, and complacency, and is armed with hard truths, humor, and a worldview that every human could benefit from listening to. Produced by Chris#2, singer/bassist for Anti-Flag, I Used To Be So Young is a bold album that takes an extremely personal look at what it’s like to wake up in your 30’s, staring down the barrel of adulthood without any desire to participate in it.
Zanetti will take his message on the road this summer with Listener and ‘68 in support of I Used To Be So Young. Follow him at for additional updates.
The Homeless Gospel Choir Tour Dates (w/Listener, ‘68):
July 2 – Kansas City, MO – Czar Bar
July 3 – St. Louis, MO – Plush
July 4 – Urbana, IL – Audiofeed
July 6 – Chicago, IL – Subterranean
July 8 – Grand Rapids, MI – Take Hold
July 9 – Fort Wayne, IN – Calhoun Street Bar
July 10 – Columbus, OH – Double Happiness
July 11 – Pittsburgh, PA – The Roboto Project
July 13 – Atlantic City, NJ – The Boneyard
July 14 – Annapolis, MD – Annapolis KOFC
July 16 – Columbia, SC – New Brookland Tavern
July 18 – Atlanta, GA – The Loft
July 19 – Nashville, TN – Rocketown
July 22 – Dallas, TX – The Door
July 23 – Austin, TX – Red 7
July 25 – Springfield, MO – Randy Bacon Gallery