The Angels

by Paul Cashmere on December 19, 2012

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Australian music legends The Angels have just released ‘Take It To The Streets’, their first studio album in 14 years.

‘Take It To The Streets’ features the voice of Dave Gleeson (Screaming Jets) and the unmistakable riffs of the Brewster brother, John and Rick Brewster with original bass player Chris Bailey.

Chris isn’t well at the moment and had to sit these sessions out so John’s son Sam filled in for him.

Watch as The Angels perform their classic ‘Shadow Boxer’ plus the new songs ‘Take It To The Streets’ and “Waiting For The Sun’ for the Noise11 Sessions.

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