Leave it ´til tomorrow – new single available
This Wednesday, April 4th, The Plastic Pals will release the first single from upcoming album April 4th – via all major digital music services. “Leave It ´Til Tomorrow” – available now for preview and pre-order via 7-digital – is heroin disco in the spirit of Velvet Underground and Bowie, according to pr company Birds will sing for you – that The Plastic Pals have partnered with for this release. Want your own copy? Just sign up for our newsletter and it´s just a click away.
The tune is taken from upcoming new album – slated for release later this year – produced by Chris Cacavas from legendary Los Angeles desert rock band Green on Red. Cacavas also plays electric piano and a funky clavinet on this song, adding to the groove and to Hawk´s falsetto chanting.
So go and grab yours at 7digital.
It´s also available via Itunes, Emusic.com, Spotify, Wittyfy, Rectify, Whatthefuckify – and what else they call all the outlets in this new world of music distribution.
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