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STEVE ‘n’ SEAGULLS Return With ‘Antisocial’







New Single 'Antisocial' Out Via Spinefarm Records Now!




Finland’s finest farmers are back with two hillbilly-fied versions of Gallic legends Trust’s classic track (also made famous by Anthrax), ‘Antisocial’. Going bilingual, the boys are shaking the foundations by releasing the track in both French and English. Hootenanny headbanging is officially a global craze and is spreading like wildfire!



“Hello hello! We've been touring quite a lot in France, and it's been great by the way. We were told about this amazing punk rock song by Trust, and since Pukki is a multi-lingual renaissance man it felt good to make the song in both French and English. The arrangement came together when we added accordion, cowbell, doubled the bass drum and threw in some string instruments. For us, this song is very to-the-point, and it feels good to do something different for a change!Oui monsieur! See you on tour!” - Steve ‘n’ Seagulls



Stream & download the track from here: https://SpinefarmRecords.lnk.to/antisocial



The video for the French version of the song will be released on October 27th.



Catch Steve ‘n’ Seagulls on the road in a town near you throughout November and December:



Nov 08 Copernico, Madrid, SPA

Nov 09 Garaje, Murcia, SPA

Nov 10 López, Zaragoza, SPA

Nov 12 Legend Club, Milano, IT

Nov 14 La Laiterie, Strasbourg, FRA

Nov 15 Espace Paul B, Massy, FRA

Nov 16 Stereolux, Nantes, FRA

Nov 17 Le Krakatoa, Mérignac, FRA

Nov 18 Festival Z'Eclectiques, Chemille, FRA

Nov 19 La Sirene, La Rochelle, FRA

Nov 21 BIG BAND CAFÉ, Hérouville Saint Clair, FRA

Nov 22 Le Fuzz yon, La Roche Sur Yon, FRA

Nov 23 Cabaret Sauvage, Paris, FRA

Nov 24 UBU, Rennes, FRA

Nov 25 File 7, Magny Le Hongre, FRA

Dec 07 Bi Nuu, Berlin, GER

Dec 08 Sputnik Café, Münster, GER

Dec 09 Luxor, Cologne, GER

Dec 10 Zeche, Bochum, GER

Dec 11 ZOOM, Frankfurt, GER

Dec 12 Aalt Stadhaus, Differdange, LUX

Dec 13 Backstage Club, München, GER

Dec 14 Dürer Kert, Budapest, HUN

Dec 15 Kwadrat, Kraków, POL

Dec 16 Firlej Club, Wroclaw, POL

Dec 17 Bei Chez Heinz, Hannover, GER

Dec 18 Knust, Hamburg, GER



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