My Chemical Romance "Boy Division" / "Tomorrow's Money"
Published Oct 26, 2012Anthem-oriented pop punks My Chemical Romance previously announced plans to release some scrapped material in a series of 7-inch singles called Conventional Weapons. The first single is slated to drop next week (October 30), and the songs have now emerged online.
"Boy Division" and "Tomorrow's Money" were originally recorded in 2009, prior to 2010's Danger Days. The former tune is an aggressive pop punk number that gets extra heavy towards the end, while the latter transforms a surf riff into a stomping garage punk jam.
Listen to the songs below, and order Conventional Weapons from the band's online store. This first single is also available individually. Four more new singles will emerge at monthly intervals.