80s Oh No It's Devo New Wave Band Ringer t-shirt Medium
Chest 18 in.
Length 26 in.
Content: Feels like cotton blend
Tag Brand: No tag
This awesome jersey style tee is dedicated to the iconic new wave band Devo, and the shirt pays tribute to the group's fifth studio album called Oh, No! It's Devo. The album saw Devo straying away from the guitar heavy sounds of their earlier work and instead transitioning into a more synth-pop and electronic style. The record was produced by the legendary Roy Thomas Baker, who was best known for his work with Queen and the Cars.
To help promote the album, Devo released several funky music videos for the tracks "Time Out for Fun", "Peek-a-Boo!", and "That's Good". The videos depicted the band performing in front of a blue screen while relevant imagery was projected behind them. The videos were a far cry from the groups' old narrative style, and they were intended to signify to fans the new direction they were taking with their music.
Devo was first formed in 1973 in the humble town of Akron, Ohio. The band caught people's attention with their eclectic blend of kitschy sci fi themes, deadpan humor, and sharp satirical social commentary. Over the years Devo was accused by critics of being both fascists and clowns, and so when they began recording Oh, No! It's Devo, they cheekily decided that they wanted to answer the question "what would an album made by fascist clowns sound like?"
Fits like a modern unisex adult medium