Not as much a band as it is a handful of songs and some wildly animated Tanzanian artwork, John Dragonetti (of The Submarines) started working on new material after he finished the last Subs album. As he wrote, he realized that his new songs fell into one of two camps: Personal, close-to-the-heart work destined to become part of Submarines future catalog; and lighter, less-serious fare – “something to not think twice about.” The second batch are the songs that ended up as the 4-song Hong Hong Kong Kong EP -- and you can download two of them here, “Heidi’s Moon Stomp” and “Capricorn 77.”
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