"I Won't Care" & "Everybody Needs Somebody To Hate" by The Primitives

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"I Won't Care" & "Everybody Needs Somebody To Hate" by The Primitives

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That top & beloved local band The Primitives are currently gearing up for the shows celebrating the 35th anniversary of their debut ‘Lovely' album & as part of the anniversary have recorded & released a new single: "I Won't Care" b/w "Everybody Needs Somebody To Hate" which you can get as a download from their online shop and if you buy one of their T shirts featuring the new logo before Saturday, then they won't even charge you for the tracks.

In line with their long standing policies, the band maintain both their four decade run of never managing to create a duff track and their incomparable ability to meld instantly memorable & addictive original  melodies with the same rooted garage band sensibility they had at the beginning. You even get a rare Paul lead vocal on the B side. If you need to check them out before buying (really?), the videos can be found at:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pW2Ahvji-wk and

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eqcSuQFHrIA

 The tour dates (and the sets will I'm told be a bit special: in fact unprecedented in some respects) can be found at this site: https://www.songkick.com/artists/552777-primitives

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