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D Generation reforms “classic” lineup, recording new LP, playing ‘No Lunch’ at The Grid fest (tour dates)

D Generation

Jesse Malin has reformed the “classic” lineup of D Generation — with Danny Sage, Howie Pyro, Michael Wildwood and Richard Bacchus — and they’re currently in the studio working on a new album, produced by Sage. It’ll be out this summer, stay tuned for more details.

In the meantime, D Generation will play The Studio at Webster Hall on May 6 as part of NYC’s The Grid festival and they’ll be playing their 1996 album No Lunch in full. (The Grid passes and single day tickets are on sale.) Then they’ll play Irving Plaza July 30 which will be a release party for the new LP. Tickets for the Irving show are currently on Music Geeks presale (password: MUSICGEEKS) and go on sale to the general public on Friday (3/4) at 10 AM.

In other news, Jesse Malin is reissuing his Ryan Adams-produced debut Fine Art of Self Destruction (with liner notes by Brian Fallon) and playing it in full at City Winery on June 17. Tickets are on sale.

Those are D Generation’s only upcoming shows. Stream No Lunch:

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