Pittsburgh’s indie folk-punk act The Homeless Gospel Choir, a one man band consisting of outspoken singer-songwriter Derek Zanetti, has released its new album, I Used To Be So Young, today via A-F Records. It’s currently available to purchase digitally at iTunes and on limited edition vinyl LP from A-F Records at

Additionally, Zanetti recently partnered with to stream the album in it’s entirity, which can be heard now at

The Homeless Gospel Choir is the Woody Guthrie of the post-hope / pre-apocalypse world that we live in today. He’s 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. “I Used To Be So Young” is his opus.

I Used To Be So Young was written as a form of rebellion to everything that is offered/ jammed down your throat from the moment you are born till the day you die,” Zanetti tells  “It's a soundtrack to the car crashed in your head, when you watch the news, go to church,the bank, a funeral, a wedding, or the voting booth.”

The Homeless Gospel Choir is currently on tour with Listener and ‘68 in support of I Used To Be So Young. Check out tour dates below!

The Homeless Gospel Choir Tour Dates (w/Listener, ‘68):

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

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