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Beach Slang Share New Song Tommy In The 80s

Thursday, 07 November 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Charlie Lowe

Beach Slang have unveiled a new track, Tommy In The 80s.

The song is the second, following Bam Rang Rang, to be shared from their new album, 'The Deadbeat Bang Of Heartbreak City', which features guest bassist Tommy Stinson of the Replacements — the track's namesake. 

The follow-up to 2016's 'A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings' and the 2018 Quiet Slang LP 'Everything Matters But No One Is Listening' is due to arrive on January 10.

Meanwhile, head below to listen to the record's latest cut, which finds James Alex and Co. pushing their once gravelly punk-rock into more overblown '80s rock territory with the help of a brass section.

Beach Slang are currently supporting Goo Goo Dolls on their North American tour.





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