The A-F Records debut for Endless Mike and the Beagle Club, Pennsylvania's favorite "singer-songwriter with a very loud punk rock band," "Saint Paul" deals with the realities of growing up, issues of identity and sense of self, and the challenge of trying to make the world a better place. Produced by Anti-Flag’s Chris “#2” Barker, “Saint Paul” showcases the intricate structure of the band’s arrangements while still capturing the urgency of their live show.
Collage style imagery pasted over top of a religious painting create a scene that tackles the social issues behind the album.
An enclosed poster reverses the content of the cover.
The vinyl comes in a variety of options, including a stained glass tri-color.