Jesus & Mary Chain Automatic tour 1990

PRODUCT: Jesus & Mary Chain Automatic tour 1990
COLOR: White
A3 (Front) / A4 (Back)
T-SHIRT MODEL: Stanley / Stella Rocker (Man) Stanley / Stella Jazzer (Woman)

To make this onTour series t-shirt, the Green Slime Shop team started with the original tour t-shirt and gave a twist to the design which, due to the time period and technical limitations, was a bit ugly on its back. To do this, we used the original typography and album photos so that everything has a bit more coherence.

Limited edition 25 handnumbered copies only!

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In 1990, Jesus and Mary Chain embarked on their "Automatic" tour of the United States to promote their album of the same name. The tour was highly anticipated by fans and critics alike, and the band played shows in a number of major cities across the country. The tour was notable for a number of reasons, including the band's use of a drum machine instead of a live drummer, which was a departure from their earlier sound. This decision was controversial among fans, but it helped to give the band a more distinct and polished sound on stage. Another notable aspect of the tour was the band's use of an elaborate stage setup, which included a large video screen and a backdrop of flashing lights. This helped to create a moody and atmospheric environment for the band's music.