80s The Pretenders '84 Tour Learning to Crawl Sweatshirt Medium

Chest 20 in.

Length 22 in.

Sleeve 18.5 in.

Content: 50/50 Acrylic/Cotton

Tag Brand: Unbranded

This awesome sweatshirt is for the new wave rock band the Pretenders for their 1984 Tour. The tour was designed to promote the release of their album Learning to Crawl. The album was released after a small hiatus during which founding band members James Honeyman-Scott and Pete Farndon both died due to a drug overdose. Robbie McIntosh was brought in to play guitar and Malcolm Foster to play bass in Honeyman and Farndon's absence. The album included some of the band's best remembered hit songs including "Back on the Chain Gang", "2000 Miles" and "Middle of the Road".

Following their 1984 tour the band would preform at Live Aid before beginning recording sessions for their next album Get Close. The band would also face more line up changes as lead singer Chrissie Hynde dismissed Martin Chambers from the band and Foster subsequently quit. Despite this the album included the band's two biggest Mainstream Rock Tracks hits "Don't Get Me Wrong" and "My Baby".

Fits like a modern unisex adult medium


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