Copyright law is a fickle beast. Will Toledo and Matador Records found out just how fickle when they found out despite their good faith efforts, a (killer) track off of Teens Of Denial that quoted a classic The Cars song wouldn't pass the copyright muster, resulting in the physical release of the album being pushed back to June and all copies being destroyed.
This kinda thing could be catastrophic to an artist's career, but given the circumstances, who really gives a f$%$?*
That's our podcast. Plus a little Promised Land Sound for good measure. Dig it.
*Circumstances = Teens Of Denial is one of the best rock records of 2016, maybe of all time