The Scandals stream new version of “Sirens”

New Jersey punks The Scandals have released a new recording of their song “Sirens” which, according to the following quote from frontman Jared Hart, is about riots in Philadelphia following the Phillies’ 2008 World Series victory over my Tampa Bay Rays :(…

“This version of ‘Sirens’ is a new take on an older song. It’s a song that has been in the set since 2010 but I never thought the recording of it did the song justice. It’s about a long night spent in Philadelphia after the Phillies won the World Series. The city was turned upside down and I have pictures of some of the craziest things I’ve ever seen. Throw in some riot police and burning cars and you get a night that was memorable enough to put into song.”

The track is taken from the band’s upcoming split with Plow United, which is set to be released on July 7th via Artistic Integrity Records. You can give it a listen below.


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