The veteran ensemble release an anthemic and tuneful track from the upcoming LP.

Renowned Boston-based ska-punk outfit The Mighty Mighty BosstoneS will unleash their upcoming album, When God Was Great, on May 7th via Hellcat Records.

The LP was co-produced by Ted Hutt (The Gaslight Anthem, Dropkick Murphys) and Rancid frontman Tim Armstrong (Transplants, Jimmy Cliff).

The blast-from-the-past full length features previous bandmates and touring pals and celebrates the resilience of the human spirit when faced with seemingly insurmountable problems.

Packed with a whopping 15 tracks, the record was at first influenced by the loss and constraints brought on by the pandemic, but it soon blossomed into a joyful and exciting creative process.

Frontman Dicky Barrett explains that while all-important gigs are off the table for now, the band jumped whole-heartedly into working on the new album. “We started writing at a quickened pace and we were really inspired. As grim as everything around us was in the outside world, this was the most fun we ever had making a record.”

Listen to the anthemic and tuneful single "I Don't Believe In Anything" below:



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