Dan Cribb (Dan Cribb & The Isolated, former frontman of The Decline) is kicking off a new project for you fans of The Simpsons. He just released the first song in a monthly tribute series to the iconic animated show. Listen to and/or download “Flaming Moe’s” below.
As part of the eventual LP, Worst Tribute Ever, Cribb plans to release a new track each month for the next year, enlisting the help of a guest vocalist for each song. For this debut track, it was fellow Australian singer/songwriter Alex Lahey.
Other prominent artists are already lined up to contribute to punk rock versions of “Monorail,” “Who Needs The Kwik-E Mart,” and more. Each song will be released on Cribb’s Bandcamp page, which you can find right here.
Apparently he’s a big fan of TV comedies, as the latest music from his band, Dan Cribb & The Isolated includes a cover of “5,000 Candles In The Wind,” from Parks & Recreation band Mouse Rat (RIP Li’l Sebastian).