LP from new-wave punks Suburban Lawns to be reissued

Light in the Attic Records have put out details on a few of their September reissues.

suburban lawns pic

Sue “Su Tissue” McLane

Among them is a release of the self-titled LP from California new wave art punk group Suburban Lawns, who have been out of print since 1980 — way too long. The band formed in 1978 in Long Beach. That LP was their only release.

This vinyl reissue is the first for the post-punk band, as well as the first time on CD format. New artwork and newly revealed photos and five bonus tracks are part of the release.

Watch a video (with lyrics)  for “Janitor” — The video is classic ’80s avant garde propaganda in all its glory.

Listen to “Flying Saucer Safari”:

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