June 20, 2024

British new wave / post-punk act Modern English release first single ‘Long in the Tooth’ off forthcoming album ‘1 2 3 4’

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(Photo by Sheva Kafai) British new wave / post-punk act Modern English have announced the release of “Long in the Tooth”, the British new wave/post-punk band’s first single off their forthcoming album titled “1 2 3 4”.

The new album was produced by Mario J. McNulty (David Bowie, Lou Reed, Nine Inch Nails) with the first single “Long in the Tooth” being the band’s first new offering since 2016’s “Take Me To The Trees”.

“Modern English and its journey, both musical and personal, has spread over 40+ years, and ‘Long in the Tooth’ is a song about this part of that journey,” frontman Robbie Grey says. “As we have reached out into the world and all its changes over all those years, it’s a meditation of getting older in a world that still spins in a chaotic and always interesting way.”

Modern English will be making the following U.S. appearances during September.

  • 15 — Hamden, CT — Space Ballroom
  • 16 — Greenfield, MA — Hawks & Reed
  • 17 — Boston, MA — Sonia
  • 20 — Richmond, VA — Canal Room
  • 22 — Greenville, SC — The Radio Room
  • 23 — Atlanta, GA — The Earl
  • 24 — Nashville, TN — 3rd and Lindsley
  • 27 — Athens, GA — 40 Watt
  • 29 — Smithfield, NC — Paul A Johnson
  • 30 — Virginia Beach, VA — Neptune Festival
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Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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