Veteran of the 80s Aussie underground wars, MICK MEDEW is back with his first solo album.

A founder member of seminal Brisbane garage band THE 31ST, the guitarist and singer racked up several indie chart hits with his band THE SCREAMING TRIBESMEN, with now classic singles like ‘Igloo’ and ‘Date With A Vampire’.

He would go on to record with Naked Lunch, Mick Medew & The Rumours and most recently, The Mesmerisers, who released their second album Open Season last year.

Psychopharmacologist features nine songs worked up over five years of solo shows in Brisbane and Mlebourne and includes an instrumental retooling of the classic ‘Igloo’.

Psychopharmacologist is out now through I-94 Bar Records and is available to buy through Bandcamp.

Check out the video for ‘When The Wood Is Brown (Full Return)’…

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London alt-rockers APEMAN SPACEMAN have a new single out and they’re premiering the video exclusively with Vive Le Rock!

Following on from last year’s ‘Civil War’ single, ‘Truth Is A Thing Of The Past’ casts an eye on the grim absurdity of the current world political climate. The self-made video, edited by Nick Mason (not the Pink Floyd one, we suspect), sees the band members as world leaders engaged in schoolboy larks as society teeters on the edge of the abyss….

Says frontman Johnny Cooke, “We are in danger of losing our democracies to international gangs of sociopathic school boys playing games with the lives of billions, and the very fabric of society is being undermined by a tidal wave of bullsh*t. We must fight for the truth.”

Formed in 2015 out of the ashes of Island Records-signed Top 40 hitmakers DOGS, Apeman Spaceman are Johnny Cooke (vocals and guitar), Rikki Mehta (guitar), Alexi Christou (bass) and Ethan Kennedy (drums).

‘Truth Is A Thing Of The Past’ is available to pre-save on Spotify.

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Aussie rockers THE MERCY KILLS are back with a video taster for their new mini-album.

Live favourite ‘Fall’ is taken from the Melbourne quartet’s forthcoming 7-tracker X which is due out on Golden Robot Records on 2 October. It’s a remastered version of the track that previously appeared on the b-side of their New Rule EP back in 2010.

Formed in the seaside suburb of St Kilda in 2008, the band, who’ve been described as mixing Appetite for Destruction era Guns N’ Roses with Ramones-style punk began their career sharing stage with local legends like Rose Tattoo, You Am I and Tumbleweed, going on to tour with such international stars as Killing Joke, New York Dolls, Misfits and Supersuckers.

‘Fall’ is available digitally here.

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London punks HEALTHY JUNKIES have just unveiled a video for their new single.

‘Last Day In L.A.’ is the first single to be taken from the band’s forthcoming new album Forever On The Road.

The album title reflects the band’s relentless touring and the single, naturally, harks back to a day spent in the city during the band’s 2018 US tour. The album was recorded by the band when they were forced to curtail their touring activities.

‘Last Day In L.A.’ is available now on Spotify and all the usual digital platforms.

Forever On The Road is set for release on 25 September on their own Banana Castle label.

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THE SPECIALS have announced a major UK tour for next Summer.

The Coventry ska legends resumed active service in 2008 and, still featuring founder members Terry Hall, Lynval Golding and Horace Panter, released the widely acclaimed new album Encore, their first new studio album in 38 years, in 2019.

The dates, which have been lined-up for late August and September and see them visiting most parts of the UK, will culminate in two shows at London’s iconic Roundhouse venue. Full dates are…

31 August – Swindon Oasis Centre
02 September – Plymouth Pavilions
03 September – Bournemouth Windsor Hall
04 September – Brighton Centre
06 September – Glasgow Barrowland
07 September – Edinburgh Usher Hall
09 September – Manchester O2 Victoria Warehouse
10 September – Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
11 September – Coventry Ricoh Arena
13 September – Hull Bonus Arena
14 September – Blackpool Empress Ballroom
16 September – Birmingham O2 Academy
17 September – Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
18 September – Doncaster The Dome
23 September – London Roundhouse
24 September – London Roundhouse

Tickets go on sale at 10.00am on Friday 11 September.

Check Vive Le Rock‘s ticketmaster shop for tickets.

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Rock legends BLUE ÖYSTER CULT are back with a brand new album, heralded by a new video.

‘That Was Me’ is taken from the album The Symbol Remains, the New York band’s fourteenth studio album and first in almost twenty years.

Only singer Eric Bloom and guitarist Donald ‘Buck Dharma’ Roeser remain from the band’s original line-up while guitarist/keyboardist Richie Castellano and drummer Jules Radino have been with the band since 2004 and bassist Danny Miranda returned in 2017 after a long sting in the late 90s and early 00s.

The video features a guest appearance from the band’s original drummer Albert Bouchard on vocals and cowbell, a reference to the enduring Saturday Night Live ‘more cowbell’ sketch.

“The goal was for the new music to stand up to the quality and vitality of our legacy recordings and I believe we have successfully achieved that,” explains Roeser. “Other than that, the sound of our voices and style of our writing and playing can’t help but sound familiar to fans of our work.”

Bloom adds “The album title comes from a quote of an old Sandy Pearlman lyric, which basically we are using to show that the band is back and still rocking after all these years. To me, it means we’re still here and doing what we do.”

Sandy Pearlman was a student colleague of the Cult when they formed at Stony Brook University, London Island in the late-60s, managing and producing the band and contributing to several songs. He would infamously go on to produce Give ‘Em Enough Rope by The Clash.

Pitched between psychedelia, the proto-punk of the MC5 and the biker rock of Steppenwolf, their self-titled debut, Tyranny & Mutation and Secret Treaties (the latter two featuring lyrics by Patti Smith) – have been hugely influential, not least on Radio Birdman and the Australian underground scene of the late-70s and early-80s.

Set for release on 9 October through Frontiers Music on double-vinyl, CD and download, The Symbol Remains is available to pre-order here.

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This Autumn will see the release of a major new anthology from Irish guitar legend RORY GALLAGHER.

Born in County Donegal by raised in Cork, Gallagher was revered as a player by early contemporaries such as Hendrix and Clapton, and was even shortlisted as a Rolling Stone, going on to put his unique and uncompromising stamp on the blues-rock format.

Passing away in 1995 from complications following a liver transplant at the age of just 47, he released eleven studio albums and three live albums during his lifetime, selling 30 million albums worldwide and influencing a raft of musicians such as Brian May, Johnny Marr, Slash, The Edge and many more.

The Best Of Rory Gallagher has been compiled by Rory’s nephew Daniel, the MD of the Rory Gallagher Archive and draws from material right across the guitarist’s career, from the 1969 debut of his early power trio Taste, right up to his final studio album Fresh Evidence in 1990.

Available as 2-CD, 1-CD, digital and double vinyl editions, the 2-CD and vinyl versions will feature as bonus tracks (the latter as a 7″ single) ‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’ recorded with Jerry Lee Lewis, and ‘Cruise On Out’ from Rory’s 1978 album Photo-Finish. ‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’ will also be given as an instant download on digital pre-orders.

Set for release on Friday 9 October, The Best Of Rory Gallagher is available to pre-order here.

Check out ‘Shadow Play’ from Photo-Finish live in ’79 at Middlesex Poly for the BBC’s Rock Goes To College

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Devon rockers MORIATY are back with a brand new single and video.

‘Shake’ is the first single to be taken from the duo’s new album The Die Is Cast, which is due out in October.

“It’s a riff that popped into my head whilst driving to a rehearsal,” says singer and guitarist Jordan West. “As soon as we set up I played it straight away, and moments later we had a song. It’s one of those songs that – quite fittingly – just fell from the sky.”

Hotly-tipped at the time of their debut album The Devil’s Child back in 2013, Moriaty picked up a huge following for their 21st century punk-blues, with several high profile festival slots and dates with the likes of Muse and Seasick Steve. Along the way they’ve picked up numerous celebrity fans, including Thom Yorke and members of IDLES, who’ve even starred in their videos.

Much delayed by such life-changing events as births, deaths and Covid-19, The Die Is Cast is set for release through Easy Action Records on 23 October.

‘Shake’ is available now on Spotify, Apple and all the usual platforms.

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CRASS’ Feeding Of The Five Thousand Remix Project reaches its third stage with the 12″ Normal Never Was 3.

The release features a new remix of the Crass classic ‘Banned From The Roxy’ by Grammy-nominated DJ and producer Steve Aoki, and a new version of the controversial spoken-word piece ‘Asylum’ by Japanese outsider musician Mikado Koko, which is being premiered exclusively by Vive Le Rock!

With a background in theatre, music and dance Koko has spent the past few years as a club music producer, incorporating elements of Japanese traditional music. She now focuses on avant-garde poetry reading related to feminism and gender equality. She released album Ru I U Ta in 2019 and The Japanese Rimbaud in 2020.

The inclusion of ‘Asylum’ on The Feeding Of The Five Thousand originally led pressing plant workers to refuse to handle the album, forcing the track to be removed. The track was re-recorded as ‘Reality Asylum’ and released as a stand-alone single, drawing the attention of the Met Police’s vice squad and threats of prosecution.

Says Crass’ Penny Rimbaud, “Mikado Koko is a ground breaking Japanese artist and musician stretching the boundaries of feminism and the avant-garde, no wonder, then, that she was drawn to remixing ‘Reality Asylum’ and thereby proving the universality of the liberationist cause.”

“I have learned and discovered so many things from Crass,” says Koko. “DIY ethic, anarchism, feminism, graffiti, Rimbaud, Baudelaire, Cage, Stockhausen, and more. So I wanted to do a remix showing my respect. As I have been a fan of the iconic vocal of Eve Libertine, I selected ‘Asylum’ and made a poetry/glitch/impro style remix.”

As previously reported, late last year Crass made the original separate track stems of their seminal album The Feeding Of The Five Thousand available as free downloads with the intention that anyone interested could come up with new remixes of the tracks.

The 12″ Normal Never Was 3 will be released in a limited coloure vinyl edition on 21 August by Crass Records via One Little Independent. All proceeds will be donated to the domestic violence charity Refuge.

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Retooled post-punks FOLK DEVILS have just unveiled a creepy new video for the lead track from their new EP.

As previously reported, the three-track Forever EP represents the London band’s first new music in more than three decades.

Recorded at London’s legendary Konk studios with Grammy-winning producer Rik Simpson, the EP comprises new songs ‘Forever’ and ‘My Slum Soul’, plus a new version of live favourite ‘Ink Runs Dry’.

Originally existing from 1983 to ’87, the Notting Hill-formed band earned a reputation as an incendiary live act through shows with the likes of The Gun Club, The Fall and Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds.

The band reconvened in 2016 with founder members Kris Jozajtis and Mark Whiteley joined by Nick Clift and John Hamilton from a 1987 line-up plus new frontman Dave Hodgson in place of the late Ian Lowery.

Released through Optic Nerve on 18 September as a download, CD and limited edition clear red vinyl 10-inch, the Forever EP is available to pre-order here, while the title-track is now up on Spotify.

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During strange times strange things happen! Who was expecting a joint album from NOFX and FRANK TURNER? Certainly not us! Below, Frank takes us through the tracks on West Coast vs Wessex


“Substitute was kind of an important song in my catalogue, in the sense that it was one of the first times that I finished a song that really felt like a country song – in the style of George Jones or Merle Haggard. And what I mean by that is something that’s simple, but really self-contained, and lyrically neat, but not in a trite way. It said exactly what I wanted it to say, and I just felt really good about that song as a writer when I finished it.

“It was also the first song that I heard NOFX’s version of, and it was an amazing thing to hear that vocal tone, guitar tone and drum beat – all the characteristic markings of a NOFX song – be applied to one of my songs. It was a really humbling, wonderful and exhilarating moment. And it sounds like it could be a NOFX song, which blows my mind.”


“This song was written at a moment in time when I was trying very hard to be a folk singer, and the original has no real instrumentation on it – certainly no drums or electric guitars, or anything like that. So it’s really cool to hear it translate so well into a punk rock musical environment. It was a very emotional and angry song when I wrote it back in 2006. But in 2006, I had no idea I’d ever hear Fat Mike sing it.

“Their arrangement of the song is very complex, and there’s a lot of tempo changes, stopping and starting, and a lot of rhythmically complex material. And a lot of people tend to dismiss NOFX – and punk in general – as being musically simplistic, but their version of this song is a pretty good riposte to that.”


“Thatcher Fucked the Kids is an interesting one: it’s a song in my catalogue that’s been quite thorny, for me, for a long time. When I wrote the song and first started playing it, it was kind of a big hit in my solo career and it certainly opened a lot of doors for me. But some of those doors opened into rooms that I wasn’t all that interested in going into; there’s a certain type of political music scene, and political music show, that I find really boring.

“At the end of the day, I always wanted to be more Adam Duritz than Billy Bragg – with all the respect in the world to Billy. That was never quite what I was aiming to be. And this song is definitely in that vein. So a shit load of people decided I was going to be the next Billy Bragg, and then they started getting angry with me when I didn’t conform to that expectation, which I found deeply irritating. For that reason, it’s a song that I haven’t played much in recent years.

“When I first heard the NOFX version, I was so stoked. One of the things I’ve always said about the song is that I’d love for someone else to just take it and run with it, and make it their own. I never expected the band to do that would be NOFX, but here we are. I’m surprised they didn’t change it to ‘Reagan fucked the kids,’ which would’ve been the obvious switch to me. But lyrically it’s a pretty straight cover, and I thought that was really cool. It’s a really sunny treatment of the track, too: it’s a really upbeat little ska number, which will be good for the summer when it comes out.”


“This is something that I haven’t necessarily spoken about out loud that much in the past, but the lyric ‘And we’re definitely going to hell / But we’ll have all the best stories to tell,” is a tiny bit of a steal from NOFX. There was a track on an EP of theirs [The Longest EP] called I’m Going to Hell for This One, and that’s actually where the idea for that lyric sort of evolved from. And as far as I can remember, that lyric is not actually in that song. I remember listening to it and thinking, ‘That’s a fucking swing and a miss isn’t it?’ And it’s such a great sentiment, I remember saying, ‘Fuck it. If he’s not going to use it, I’m going to use it.’

“Obviously it switched around and became about something else entirely, but there’s definitely a bit of NOFX lineage in there. And in terms of the commonalities between my song writing and Mike’s song writing, I think Ballad of Me and My Friends is the perfect example, in the sense that the chord sequence and the melodic structure of that song is very Fat Mike-esque. So it was interesting to me that they chose that one, because I was like, ‘Well, of course you did.’”


“The arrangement that NOFX did of this song is the sound of them pushing their own boundaries, which I love. Mike text me when he’d finished it to say, ‘We’ve given it The Beatles treatment.’ I was like, ‘What does that even mean?’ Now, of course, having heard it, I’m like, ‘Oh, that’s what you mean.’ And it’s really cool because apart from the break at the end, it’s not in what you would call the NOFX mould.”


“Broadly speaking, I think people would expect NOFX to take acoustic songs and make them punk, and for me to take punk songs and make them acoustic. But I thought I could subvert that a little bit by me taking one of their only acoustic songs and make it punk in the way that I do punk, which is different to the way that NOFX do punk. So that was kind of fun.”


“With all the respect in the world to Rancid, they didn’t find that thing that I was looking for with their cover of Bob – in terms of rearranging the song and finding a different angle on it. And it’s always been a country song to me: the first four lines could literally be a Merle Haggard song – and I say that as an enormous Merle Haggard fan. It’s so seventies traditional country, it’s ridiculous, and it seemed to me that it deserved that treatment.”


“This was the hardest song for us to get right. We went through so many different iterations of it, none of which were really landing, and it was starting to get quite frustrating. The breakthrough was the word Fugazi. I said to Tarrant [Anderson] and Nigel [Powell] – the rhythm section of The Sleeping Souls – ‘What if we play this like Fugazi?’ Then Nige kicked into this fucking amazing beat.

“The Bob arrangement was so easy that it just fell straight in, no problem. Scavenger Type was pretty easy as well. Eat the Meek was a little bit trickier, but once we got that rhythm section pumping it was like, ‘OK. Here we go.’ And we kept the chords going so that Ben [Lloyd] could go to town on his weird guitar work that he excels at. This is my favourite track off our side of this record.”


“For this one we said, ‘Let’s just do one that’s in our wheelhouse.’ And we decided to make it sound like the songs of mine that I’m known for. So we went down that road for Perfect Government. And it was a lot of fun, but because of that this was a really easily song to figure out, and it really didn’t take long to throw the arrangement together because everyone just did the kind of shit they usually do.

“But it’s always been one of my favourite NOFX songs, not least because it’s got a degree of anger to it that I love: ‘You point your fucking finger / You racist, you bigot / But that’s not the problem / Now is it?’ As a 15-year-old hearing that for the first time, it grabbed me, because that bite is exactly what I was looking for in punk rock. And I had so much fun singing this one, because I got to record a song that I’ve known like the back of my hand since I was a kid.”


“When I sent Mike the mix of this song, he called me back straight away and was like, ‘This is the fucking best song on the split by miles.’ The recording methodology for the rest of the record was we tracked the drums in our rehearsal space, and then we tracked guitars and bass as we were on tour with the Dropkick Murphys in February. But this song is just me – and Tim Brennan from the Dropkicks playing accordion.

“Tracking vocals when you’re on tour is always something that’s a bit weird, because quite often you have tour voice and you’re tired. But I decided to take advantage of that. We had a day off in Germany, and I took my laptop and an acoustic guitar up to my bedroom, and I pretty much just put a blanket over my head and decided to let the tiredness in my voice take centre stage. And I sung it way lower than I usually sing.

“What I also wanted to do, by taking away any element of ‘punk’ from it, was demonstrate what a great fucking song it is, regardless of genre considerations. It’s a beautiful lyric, and a beautiful melody, and I wanted to let that shine by putting as little on it as I could. So it’s just an acoustic guitar, a couple of noise synths, a little accordion from Tim, and my vocals – and that’s it.”

West Coast vs. Wessex is available now through Fat Wreck Records.

Read an exclusive 4-page interview with Frank and Fat Mike from NOFX in the new edition of Vive Le Rock! out now!

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Can’t wait ’til Xmas? SLADE have a major singles compilation due in September.

One of the most impressive chart records of any British band, the Wolverhampton wanderers racked up no fewer than six Number Ones during their 70s golden period – when Number Ones still meant more than a pat on the back – with an unbroken and still unbeaten run of seventeen consecutive Top 20 single. They continued shaking up the charts well into the 80s, with twenty-four Top 40 hits in total in the UK alone

Cum On Feel The Hitz provides a comprehensive overview of Slade’s career in singles from 1971 to 1991. The 2-CD version brings together a whopping 43 tracks, while the double-vinyl package clocks in at 24 tracks.

The album features, naturally, all six of their UK Number one singles: ‘Coz I Luv You’, ‘Take Me Bak ‘Ome’, ‘Mama Weer All Crazee Now’, ‘Cum On Feel The Noize’, ‘Skweeze Me Pleeze Me’ and ‘Merry Xmas Everybody, and continues through the 80s following their triumphant rebirth at the 1980 Reading Festival with Top 10 big hitters ‘We’ll Bring The House Down’, ‘My Oh My’ and ‘Run Runaway’.

Set for release on 25 September, Cum On Feel The Hitz is available to pre-order here.

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It’s here! The cinematic event of the year! Vive Le Rock! proudly presents the exclusive world premiere of director Mark Richards‘ document of 2019’s DIY punk spectacular, Wonkfest 7: Vive La Revolution!

Hey, it’s the weekend! There’s nothing much going on today, nowhere you’ve got to be so sit back, press play and let the likes of PIZZATRAMP, BEVERLEY KILLS, HARD SKIN, GUNS AND WANKERS, AERIAL SALAD, THE MURDERBURGERS, GOOBER PATROL, LASERCHIRST, MAID OF ACE and many more take you back to that amazing day last summer.

Oh, but before you do that, here’s Alex Wonk to give you the last word…

“Last years Wonkfest!! Oh man, where do I begin. By the evening, folk were genuinely beginning to shed tears. Band after band, legend after legend. In all honesty I don’t think we’ll ever see a line up like it, so specific to a particular time in history. It was my youth, a 14-year-old Alex sitting in my bedroom listing to records. Duncan Redmonds (Snuff), Frankie Stubbs (Leatherface), Sean Forbes (Wat Tyler), all absolute heroes to me. Peter and the fucking Test Tube Babies, I mean come on!! The Dopamines!!!! Jesus Christ!!! We are talking about what I consider to be the greatest punk bands on this rock we call home. In a way, I almost breathed a sigh of relief that this years Fest got cancelled due to Covid! Hopefully everyone will have forgotten how amazing last year was by 2021! No pressure xxx”

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So this Saturday 25 July we’ll be showing the World Premiere of Wonkfest 7: The Movie!

To set you up for the week ahead, here’s the last of our totally exclusive non-movie live clips handpicked by the film’s director, Mark Richards.

Here’s Peacehaven’s finest, PETER & THE TEST-TUBE BABIES with their UK82 classic ‘Banned From The Pubs’….

Says Alex Wonk, “A 14-year-old Alex wouldn’t have believed they’d be playing his birthday party three decades later. ‘Banned From The Pubs’ at Wonkfest!! I mean come on!!!”

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It’s that time again! In preparation for our World Premiere of the all-singin’ all-dancin’ Wonkfest 7: The Movie on Saturday 25 July, here’s another exclusive clip direct from the cutting room of esteemed director Mark Richards!

This week it’s the turn of rising young Manc whippersnappers AERIAL SALAD!

“Love these boys,” exclaims Wonkfest mainman Alex. “They’d endured two years of relentless whip-cracking from myself to get to this coming of age moment in their career. These boys can play. Huge songs, tons of youthful charm and charisma. I think this was Salad’s day. X”

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The build-up to the grand premiere of Wonkfest 7: The Movie on Saturday 25 July continues this week with this exclusive non-movie clip of the great Frankie Stubbs of LEATHERFACE performing the band’s anthemic ‘Springtime’.

Says Alex Wonk, “To have a whole genre spawned from the sound of your own voice, that is something to lie in bed at night thinking about, eh! ‘Springtime’ is one of the most beautiful songs ever written. Thank you for playing mate xxx”

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Well for obvious reasons there won’t be a Wonkfest this year. But save the tears as Wonkfest 7: The Movie! is on its way.

Vive Le Rock! will, as usual, be premiering the cinematic record of last year’s occurrence of the world’s number one DIY punk festival! But this year will be a bit special…

Thanks to director Mark Richards, in the run-up to the premiere on Saturday 25 July, we’ll be posting FOUR exclusive non-movie clips of bands that performed at Wonkfest 7.

So what better way to kick off than with Wonkfest favourites PIZZATRAMP?

“Wonkfest wouldn’t be Wonkfest without pizzatramp,” says Alex Wonk. “They are furniture, they are party, they are the Pwosion’s of Wales. Thrashers.” 

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Multi-national garage rockers are back with a new lockdown video which they’re premiering exclusively with Vive Le Rock!

We premiered their first video ‘Sa-Ni-Ti-Zin” back in April, just as lockdown had begun. Now ‘Sneeze In Your Sleeve’ offers more sage advice as we prepare for the pubs to open…

Say the band, “Lockdown is easing, and THE SANITIZERS are back to talk to you about sneezing – in your sleeve! That’s right ladies and gentlemen, your
favourite quarantine super-group featuring members of King Salami & The
Cumberland 3, MFC Chicken, The Fuzillis, Los Torontos, Barrence Whitfield & The Savages, The Thanes, The Sensation Seekers and Lyres are back with
another rock & roll pandemic public service announcement: don’t be a fool,
you know it’s cool to Sneeze In Your Sleeve…blow you nose in your clothes, daddy-o!”

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