“Younger Turks,” Rod Stewart’s anthemic ode to youth rise up, tells the story of two youngsters working away from house to be collectively regardless of their dad and mom’ needs, and it set the stage for a decade of hits. No strangers to defiance, D.C. punk band Monks selected to sort out the tune for his or her Undercover. The result’s a canopy that traces up fairly properly with the band’s catalog, even when the lyrics don’t really feel as rebellious now as they did in 1981.
Monks’ debut studio album (and one in all The A.V. Membership’s finest albums of 2017 to this point), Nothing Feels Pure, is on the market now on Sister Polygon Data. Watch our interview with the band under.