Jammerzine has an exclusive interview with The Tearaways. Having just signed with Dirty Water Records and released their new album ‘And For Our Next Trick’, The Tearaways are in that sweet spot of their career of being the cool kids while just emerging from under the radar.

ASnd today we get to talk with Fin and Clem from The Tearaways. We talk about said new album as well as the past, present, and future of The Tearaways and how rock music came from then to now. A bit of a varied set of conversations with two of the finest musicians around.

About The Tearaways

United Kingdom-based Dirty Water Records has signed the California-based rock and roll outfit The Tearaways to a 5-year deal.

The label has released the Ed Stasium-produced (Ramones, Talking Heads, Smithereens) digital version of their new record called “And For Our Next Trick.” The band features the dual lead singers of bassist John “Fin” Finseth and rhythm guitarist Greg Brallier, lead guitar David Hekhouse and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame drummer Clem Burke (Blondie). Also, from Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Benmont Tench played keyboards and Steven McCarthy (Jayhawks, The Long Ryders) added pedal steel guitar.

The new record was recorded at legendary Village Recorders in Los Angeles and mastered at Sterling Sound by Greg Calbi.

The first single being released to radio was “Charlie, Keith and Ringo,” along with the the award-winning video (Raindance Festival directed by Stephen David Brooks (“Flytrap”). The spring single is called “Saturday Everyday” and is being serviced to radio stations and other outlets right now.

Label chief Paul Manchester: “We are thrilled to have assembled an all-star team of distributor Cargo Records UK, Wipe Out Music Publishing, Seán Crossey from the UK promotion firm High Violet PR & Plugging, and US publicity specialist Lou Mansdorf to help launch this project.“