Fast-rising Euro-punks HOOLIGAN CROONERS release their new maxi-EP this month.
From Paradise To Halfway (And Back Again) features six tracks of "unashamedly old school 76/77 punk", drawing influence from the likes of GENERATION X, THE VIBRATORS and THE BOYS, as the cheap'n'cheerful video for the title cut amply shows.
Formed in the Jura region of Eastern France in 2015, Hooligan Crooners comprise longtime punk crooner Nan Hools, plus Kouett Bugman and Clement Passant, plus UK punk veteran Barry (Bools) Phillips (ex DEMOB, THE BLITZ BOYS).
The Band's debut EP Hell Yeah!! It's Hooligan Crooners was issued at the tail end of last year, and features remixes from such diverse punk luminaries as Matt Dangerfield of The Boys and James Atkin of EMF.
From Paradise To Halfway is out on 22 August through PWVA Records. It's available to order now via their Bandcamp page.
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