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Blondie Struts Back on to the Scene With “Panic of Girls”

Out September 2011

May 18, 2011 Blondie Bookmark and Share

There’s many “tough chicks” on the music scene today, but we’d be blind if we didn’t give props to the mother of them all (figuratively), Debbie Harry. Harry, and the boys are back with Blondie’s eight full-length, Panic of Girls (out this September). The album includes original songs sung in French, Spanish and English, plus a cover of Beirut’s “Sunday Smile.” (Fun Fact: Zach Condon also plays trumpet on the album) Check out the video for single “Mother” below.



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