The New Criminals
Like the Riverdales and the Groovie Ghoulies before them, The New Criminals continue what the Ramones and Misfits began. This Los Angeles trio’s sound is a great blend of the old and new with a dash of pop and a whole lot of swagger. Their songs’ themes address the futility of technology, working for nothing and crime in times past and present. Be sure to catch The New Criminals live before the police do.
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