METRO TRINITY - DIE YOUNG 7"
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3 track 7" Limited to 800 copies on Coloured Vinyl
Includes postcard and poster
Part of the Optic Sevens 2.0 Reissue Series
Release Date 20 March 2020
Spend My Whole Life Loving You
The Die Young EP was released on the group’s own Cafeteria label, released early 1987. Michael Furey was inspired by James Joyce’s short story The Dead. Only previously available on a 4 track12" .This 7" version comprises 3 of those 4 tracks
Metro Trinity were a short lived Manchester based indie band that included Jon Male, later of Soul Family Sensation and Republica fame. Drummer Colin Rocks, bass player Tim Whiteley and Doves guitarist Jez Williams.
Metro Trinity only other release came on a split with the Inspiral Carpets on Dave Haslam’s Debris fanzine. Which featured the track “Stupid Friends”.
Andy Williams of Doves joined the band later on, but does not feature on this EP. The band split up shortly after.