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Sam Russo and The Lillingtons: new material from each

Posted by Loren on May 2, 2021

Sam Russo and The Lillingtons: new material from each
photo by Scott Wilkinson

Red Scare Industries has shared news of two new EPs.

First, The Lillingtons are back with Can Anybody Hear Me? (A Tribute To Enemy You) on April 30, a tribute to the late David Jones. Chris Matulich (Enemy You/Nothington) handled layout and design of the record.

Second, Sam Russo has followed his 2020 album, Back to the Party, with a new EP called Refuse to Lose. With Russo's 2020 album release plans cancelled by the pandemic, the new EP gives some of those songs a full-band treatment recorded with Dan Andriano (Alkaline Trio) on bass. The EP released last week.

Sam Russo and The Lillingtons: new material from each
photo by Scott Wilkinson

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