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Rancid Premiere Politically-Charged East Bay Anthem ‘Telegraph Avenue,’ from New Album ‘Trouble Maker’

Written by: Rock Cellar Magazine Staff

Punk lifers Rancid have debuted another song from their upcoming album, Trouble Maker, due out June 9 on Epitaph Records. Following the premiere of “Ghost of a Chance” and its filmed-in-a-garage video, the new song is called “Telegraph Avenue.”

A toast to their East Bay roots, the song’s lyrics concern Mario Savio, a key figure in the Berkeley Free Speech Movement of the 1980s. Watch the clip (which again features the band rocking out in the same tiny garage) below:

Trouble Maker will be Rancid’s first new album since 2014’s …Honor is All We Know, and they’ll support its release with a big co-headlining tour alongside fellow punk icons Dropkick Murphys. Here’s the track listing for Trouble Maker:

1.     “Track Fast”

2.     “Ghost of a Chance”

3.     “Telegraph Avenue”

4.     “An Intimate Close Up Of A Street Punk Trouble Maker”

5.     “Where I’m Going”

6.     “Buddy”

7.     “Farewell Lola Blue”

8.     “All American Neighborhood”

9.     “Bovver Rock and Roll”

10.  “Make it Out Alive”

11.  “Molly Make Up Your Mind”

12.  “I Got Them Blues Again”

13.  “Beauty of the Pool Hall”

14.  “Say Goodbye to Our Heroes”

15.  “I Kept a Promise”

16.  “Cold Cold Blood”

17.  “This is Not the End”

18.  “We Arrived On Time” (bonus)

19.  “Go On Rise Up” (bonus)

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