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THE OFFSPRING COVERS BAD RELIGION AND PENNYWISE TO PROMOTE NEW TOUR

The Offspring has released covers of tracks by Bad Religion and Pennywise to promote the upcoming "Summer Nationals" tour. The songs were uploaded to YouTube on Friday (July 25th) and feature the audio accompanied by concert photos taken by Tijs van Leur.

Dexter Holland and his bandmates tackled Bad Religion cuts "No Control" and "Do What You Want" as well as "No Reason Why" from Pennywise's first album released in 1991. The bands are uniting for the tour which kicks off on Tuesday (July 29th) in Pittsburgh.

According to Loudwire, The Offspring will be performing their entire Smash album in celebration of the 20th anniversary of its release.

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