Last Hurrah Records is proud to announce the upcoming release of T.S.O.L.'s new 7-inch "Wonderful World?", a limited edition of 500 records available in two color configurations of 250 units each: a multi-colored 'blue earth' version for retailers and a translucent 'purple sky' version for D2C. The 7-inch contains the politically-charged parody "Wonderful World?" - an eloquently orchestrated track with string background, sporting a special lyrical adaption of the original song "What a Wonderful World", made famous by Louis Armstrong in 1967. While the B-side contains the brand new song "Swimming" featuring the band at their blistering hardcore best. Formed in 1979 and hailing from Long Beach, California, T.S.O.L. (True Sounds of Liberty) are Southern California's original hardcore punk anti-heroes. The band's 1981 full-length Dance with Me is hailed as a seminal performance of angry, pre-goth hardcore. T.S.O.L.'s current lineup consists of three original members Jack Grisham (vocals), Ron Emory (guitar), and Mike Roche (bass), along with drummer Antonio Hernandez and keyboardist Greg Kuehn (who's been involved with the band since the early '80s). Be sure to check out T.S.O.L. on their current American tour.