HANOI ROCKS Release New Single

Reunited Finnish rockers HANOI ROCKS have just issued a new single, "A Day Late, A Dollar Short". The song comes off the group's latest CD, "Twelve Shots On The Rocks", which was released earlier this year. In addition to the title track, the single also includes the tracks "Bad News" and "Moonlight Dance".

The single will be published at first in Finland, with the international release to follow later this summer.

HANOI ROCKS are due to film a "full-action" video for "A Day Late, A Dollar Short" shortly. The script for the video is based on singer Michael Monroe's "real life," according to the group's official web site. "[Michael] is always late, tardiness being the secret of his excellent condition. A select few of the world's best skaters ride in the video, for example Andrew Reynolds (a big time HANOI fan as well!). The story culminates on the large stage of Helsinki Ice Hall, where HANOI ROCKS ROCKS with full power from the bottom of their hearts in their dear homeland."


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