80s Crowded House 1986 Album Henley t-shirt Medium

Chest 19 in.

Length 25 in.

Content: 45% Cotton, 55% Rayon

Tag Brand: Double Bull

This vintage henley is for the Australian rock band Crowded House, and it was a part of a promotional run of t-shirts celebrating the release of their debut self-titled album. The album was released in 1986 by Capitol records and it included the hit singles "Don't Dream It's Over", "Something So Strong", "Mean to Me", "World Where You Live", and "Now We're Getting Somewhere". It also manged to win the award for Best debut Album at the 1986 Countdown Australian Music Awards.

Crowded House was formed in the mid-80s after Neil Finn and Paul Hester's previous band Split Enz disbanded. Nick Seymour approached Finn during an after party for a Melbourne show of Split Enz, and asked if he could audition for the new band. The group originally called themselves The Mullanes, but after they signed with Capitol Records, the company rejected the name. The band came up with Crowded House instead, after they flew to Los Angeles to record the album and were provided with very cramped living quarters.

Fits like a modern unisex adult medium


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