|Origin||San Francisco, California|
Culture Abuse is an American punk rock band, originally hailing from San Francisco. The band has released two full-length albums to date. The first album, titled Peach, was released in 2016 on 6131 Records. In 2018, Culture Abuse signed to Epitaph Records and released their second full-length album titled Bay Dream. Besides their music, the band is notable for their lead singer, David Kelling, having cerebral palsy. Kelling tries to fight the media narrative of “a normal human, then you have a disabled person” and show parents that “their kid can be a hero too”. They have toured with Touche Amore, opened for Green Day, and have played the Reading and Leeds festival.
- Peach (2016, 6131 Records)
- Bay Dream (2018, Epitaph Records)
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- Ozzi, Dan. "Culture Abuse's David Kelling Wrote an Album to Let His Mom Know He's Sorry". Vice. Retrieved 17 June 2019.
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