The Streets Share Two New Songs - First New Music in Six Years

"Burn Bridges" and "Sometimes I Hate My Friends More Than My Enemies" Out Now

Dec 22, 2017 Photography by Wendy Lynch Redfern (for Under the Radar) Bookmark and Share

The Streets (aka British musician Mike Skinner) made an immediate impact with 2002's debut album Original Pirate Material and released new albums every two to three years up until 2011. But since then it's been radio silence. Earlier this year The Streets returned to the stage and now Skinner has shared two new songs: "Burn Bridges" and "Sometimes I Hate My Friends More Than My Enemies." Listen below. Perhaps 2018 will see the release of a new Streets album?

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December 26th 2017

Good to know about his sons and I hope that whenever I would be free from my academic papers, I will be able to listen his all songs.

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January 29th 2018

Sesame Street in the 70s and 80s had a real sense of community and friendliness that aired from the TV set. Just like on TV, this was somehow brilliantly translated into the LP’s that were made. The music on the old CTW Records had a high production value and they really feel there on Sesame Street even to this day. Not only does it seem like all the main characters, Muppets and people alike made their own album.

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