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Drug Church Share Video For New 'Cheer' Track Unlicensed Hall Monitor

Thursday, 18 October 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Drug Church have released a video for Unlicensed Hall Monitor.

It's the latest to be lifted from their forthcoming LP, 'Cheer', and sees the New York punks continue with the same relentless energy found in previously shared cuts Weed Pin, Strong References and Avoidarama. Guitars shred and soar, while vocalist Patrick Kindlon vehemently takes aim at the self-righteous behaviour rampant on social media.

The follow up to 2015's 'Hit Your Head' is due out November 2 via Pure Noise Records.





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