THE BOYS release their first new studio album since 1981 on Wolverine Records.
Featuring the original founder members and creative core of Matt Dangerfield, Casino Steel and Honest John Plain, the new album "Punk Rock Menopause" is packed with 13 iconic new songs bearing the band's classic trademark blistering guitars, hard-edged melodies, killer hooks and layered harmonies.
Along with the Sex Pistols, Clash and The Damned, The Boys were part of the first wave of the mid-1970's UK punk explosion. Armed with an arsenal of killer Steel/Dangerfield songs The Boys became the first UK punk band to sign an album deal in January 1977. Highly regarded by the music press and their contemporaries, their well-crafted songs, together with Steel and Dangerfield’s love of harmonies, led to them being described as ‘The Beatles of Punk’ but they could (and should) just as deservedly have been compared to the Ramones: fast, alternately brattish and tongue-in-cheek, and gloriously anthemic.