Mar 172017
 

With their new album, “Smash The Windows”, in-stores now, The Tossers have released a lyric video for the politically charged anthem ‘Erin Go Bragh.’ “Our voices resound through the halls of the town, all the way to the President’s door,” lashes vocalist Tony Duggins on the current policies of American immigration. “For me personally and others in the band, we have grandparents from Ireland. We grew up in Chicago, which has attracted a lot of workers from all over the world, not just the Irish, but Italian, Polish, Mexican immigrants and more. It’s always been a part of our lives. The footage in the video is important because it has a lot to do with the song – it reflects what is going on in this country.”

Watch The ‘Erin Go Bragh’ Lyric Video below.

“People always say that America is a country of immigrants, which it is,” adds guitarist Mike Pawula. “But at the core of that idea is the sense that every culture that comes to this country will adjust to a new life while trying to preserve some of its heritage and history. And some people have been fortunate to do so and can still celebrate the traditions their families once did.” Continue reading »

Mar 102017
 

“Uncle Sam, as you know, changed our names long ago when we got to America’s door,” wails front-man Tony Duggins on ‘Erin Go Bragh,’ the brand new video from The Tossers. “I wanted to tell the story of Irish immigration I’ve heard all my life,” explains Duggins. “A story of racism, rejection, and how they overcame the obstacles, and I think that reflects kind of what’s going on now.”

‘Erin Go Bragh’ can be found on their latest album, “Smash The Windows,” which is released on March 3 through Victory Records, available everywhere now.

The video can be watched below. Continue reading »