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Two holiday songs form The Tossers

Posted Dec. 24, 2018, 12:04 p.m. in MP3s by Loren
Two holiday songs form The Tossers

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Chicago's Irish punks The Tossers released a pair of holiday-themed songs earlier this month via Victory Records.


The first song is titled, directly, "Merry Christmas," and was benned by vocalist Tony Duggins, while its companion track is a take on the New Year's poem "Auld Lang Dyne" by Robert Burns. The band released Smash the Windows in 2017 and is planning a tour in early 2019.

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