Morning Glory (band)
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Ezra Kire with Morning Glory at the Knitting Factory in 2010.
|Also known as||M. Glory|
|Origin||New York, New York City|
|Genres||Punk rock, Pop punk, Crust punk, Ska punk, Anarcho-punk|
|Years active||2001 - Present|
|Labels||Revolution Rock, Blacknoise, Fat Wreck|
|Associated acts||Choking Victim, Leftöver Crack, INDK|
Morning Glory is an American punk band from New York. It was formed originally as a solo project by Ezra Kire, after the demise of the squat-ska-punk Choking Victim. Their latest album Poets Were My Heroes was released on August 28, 2012.
- This Is No Time ta Sleep (2001) - Revolution Rock Records
- The Suicide Singles (2001) - Revolution Rock Records
- The Whole World Is Watching (2003) - Blacknoise Records
- The Kids Are Gonna Pay... Split with Leftöver Crack, F-Minus and Bent Outta Shape (2006) - Blacknoise Records
- Poets Were My Heroes (2012) - Fat Wreck Chords
- "Morning Glory". Sputnikmusic. Retrieved 26 August 2012.
- Colwell, Matthew (24 August 2012). "Album Premiere: Morning Glory, 'Poets Were My Heroes'". Alternative Press. Retrieved 26 August 2012.
- "Morning Glory :: Poets Were My Heroes". Fat Wreck Chords. 2012. Retrieved 26 August 2012.
- John Gentile (26 January 2007) This is no time ta sleep on Punknews.org. ()
- dlangl4 (5 October 2007) The Whole World Is Watching on Punknews.org. ()
- John Gentile (21 September 2007) The Kids Are gonna Pay... on Punknews.org. ()
- John Gentile (31 August 2012) Poets Were My Heroes on Punknews.org. ()
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