The Strypes are set to release a limited edition 7” double A-side single, ‘Down At The Radiotron / Peace, Love, and Understanding’. Released through Reckless Records, all profits from the limited 500 vinyl-only will be donated to the charity CanTeen Ireland.
CanTeen Ireland is a nationwide support group for young people between the ages of 12 and 25 years who have or have had cancer – the only support group in Ireland specifically for young people with cancer. Its aims are to support, empower and develop young people with cancer by providing an opportunity for young people who have been affected with cancer to meet up in a relaxed and informal setting.
Recorded at the brand spanking new Camden Studios in Dublin last month, the double-A-side features versions of Nick Lowe’s ‘(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding’ and Stefan Murphy’s ‘Down at the Radiotron’. 100 copies will be signed by all 4 band members, and will include an extra £10 donation to CanTeen. Pre-orders will be shipped the week commencing 9 January 2017 but if you can’t wait until January for a fix of The Strypes, the band play Dublin’s Olympia Theatre on Thursday 8 December.
Pre-order ‘Down At The Radiotron / Peace, Love, and Understanding’ HERE
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