During the ’90s Plow United did a whirlwind of shows up and down the mid-Atlantic, showcasing punk rock songs that spoke to bored teenagers and misfits of all kinds. Shelling out a mix of pop-punk, hardcore, emo and thrash, the band gave kids a place to let off some steam and share some common ground with others. They put out albums and singles on West Chester, Pennsylvania’s legendary DIY label Creep Records, and disappeared at the end of the ’90s without a trace. Now back, over a decade later, with a new album, Plow United comes to New York for a show at the Knitting Factory. Do not miss this, buy your tickets now!