Friday, February 24, 2017
The (reconstituted) New Constitution
The New Constitution was a Chicago band that showed a lot of promise in the early aughts, only to break up before their time due to (lack of) label issues. With heavy Brit influences and that kind of manic Mod energy of the late '60s crossed with some heavier '70s power-pop tendencies, it's no wonder I was a fan.
They're reuniting for a single evening at Subterranean this Saturday, so I highly recommend you get out of the house and catch their show if you're in Chicago. It's taken them 12 years to play another show and it could be even longer until the next one, if there ever is another one.
Spin through their only full length and and their final EP below.
Posted by Tankboy at 2:45 PM