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Less Than Jake detail live release

Less Than Jake have revealed the tracklist for their upcoming album Live From Astoria.

It was recorded in London in 2001 during the band’s three-night run at the city’s venue. It’ll be released on April 29 via Saint November Records.

Saxophonist Peter ‘JR’ Wasilewski said: “The London Astoria was always a special place for us. For a certain time it almost felt like a homecoming every time we played there.

“For us to be able to play multiple nights there on several occasions needed to be documented somehow. We hope our fans enjoy it as much as we did making it.”

The band have also released streams of Look What Happened and Suburban Myth from the package on Spotify.

Live From Astoria is available for pre-order.

The band have just wrapped up a US tour and head to Europe next month.

Less Than Jake Live From Astoria

  1. My Very Own Flag
  2. Ask the Magic 8 Ball
  3. Kehoe
  4. Sugar In Your Gas Tank
  5. Magnetic North
  6. Just Like Frank
  7. Help Save The Youth Of America
  8. Nervous In The Alley
  9. Look What Happened
  10. How’s My Driving Doug Hastings
  11. Happy Man
  12. 9th At Pine
  13. Johnny Quest Thinks We’re Sellouts
  14. Never Going Back To New Jersey
  15. Pete Jackson’s Getting Married
  16. All My Best Friends Are Metalheads
  17. Anchor
  18. Suburban Myth
  19. Automatic
  20. Gainesville Rock City
  21. Last One Out Of Liberty City

Less Than Jake 2016 European tour

Apr 29: Meerhout Groezrock, Belgium
Apr 30: Rouen Le 106, France
May 02: Kingston Hippodrome, UK
May 03: Liverpool O2 Academy, UK
May 04: Leicester O2 Academy, UK
May 05: Oxford O2 Academy, UK

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