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The No Tomorrow Boys - Who Killed Johnny? New 7“ EP

  • THE NO TOMORROW BOYS


    WHO KILLED JOHNNY? 7“ EP


     


    A-Side:


    Who Killed Johnny?


    B-Side:


    Get Out Of Denver


     


    500 copies on black vinyl


    100 copies on clear vinyl


     


    Release Date: April 2nd, 2015


     


    The No Tomorrow Boys are back with two brand new recordings on this 7-inch single. The A-side features a tribute to Johnny Thunders. Girls will live fast and die young after hearing «Who Killed Johnny» and there’s a great ball of fire burning underneath «Get Out Of Denver» an old Bob Seger tune.


    The No Tomorrow Boys remember why seventies punk rockers wanted to look like greasers. They have hairdos! They have matching leather jackets! And they're punk as heck.


    Sadly with modern bands that take inspiration from the latter, you rarely hear the danger and wildness of the original sounds. Too many '50s style bands soften the edges of rock n' roll and come off «cute» or «old-fashioned». The fuck-off attitude somehow gets lost in translation. Thankfully there are exceptions.


    This is the REAL DEAL, kids!

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