|Four Stroke Baron, described by Prosthetic Records as "new-wave" and "heavy progressive rock" (and self-described as a "pop band") have revealed two new covers, both with accompanying music videos.|
The first, released on April 23rd, is a re-imagining of "Lunatic Fringe" by Red Rider, a Canadian rock band popular in the 80s.
The second, released on June 26th, puts a spin on Tones on Tail's "Burning Skies". Tones on Tail was a post-punk band active from 1982-1984.
Four Stroke Baron's upcoming album Monoqueen, which features "Lunatic Fringe" and "Burning Skies", will be "a collection of cover songs and re-recordings from their album, King Radio, never before available on LP", according to Prosthetic Records.
Monoqueen is set to release September 25th.