“Hey, Blondie!” Rising to fame in the late 70’s as a product from the post-punk, new wave scene, Blondie climbed to the top to become one of the most successful bands of the era. The power and energy packed into their songs fueled the group’s rise to legendary status, but Debbie Harry’s flirty badassness is what made her an iconic star. Lean into Blondie’s punk rock fashion with this boxy, cropped shape that was made for anything high waisted. Even better? It’s the perfect vintage white with an iridescent foil heart, a nod to Harry always keeping things interesting.
Made from a soft 100% cotton, with a perfect hand feel and worn in look
Featuring ladder stitch on all hems with a boxy fit and cropped length
Graphic features iridescent foiling
Made by your team of Daydreamers, right here in Los Angeles
Size small measures chest width: 22” length: 19 1/4”
Their money tips her scales again. This late 80’s tee pays homage to Metallica’s iconic fourth studio album ‘...And Justice For All’. Featuring the legendary Pushead skull artwork and lyrics from the album’s namesake track, it’s a worthy way to give immortal praise to the heavy metal kings who created metal of the future. Ushering in a new age for metal, Metallica raised the bar for forward-thinking, technically dazzling, state of the art heavy metal. When you wear this weekend tee, feel a similar rush to amplify your core strengths and push forward fearlessly, just like the legendary group.
The age-old question: why did Johnny Cash wear all black? When Cash went to give an answer, he offered it the only way he knew how, through song. In the track ‘Man In Black’, Cash explains that choosing his bold fashion choice was a way of drawing attention to those who needed it and the larger issues that deserved attention. The lyrics of his signature song offer a protest statement against the treatment of poor people by wealthy politicians, mass incarceration, and the Vietnam War. Featuring the face of the Man In Black, this vintage black washed tour tee highlights the Man In Black’s social justice legacy. Including cartoon style depictions of Cash, it’s a way to remember the approach and inspirations of one of the most well-known performers this country has ever seen.
With an overly oversized tee like this, you should be pretty serious about having options, but also have a preference for keeping things real chill. Front and back Rolling Stones’ graphics really spruce up a look, whether paired with denim, bike shorts and socks, or a playful printed pant. The results always feel effortlessly cool and capture that straight from the concert type of vibe.
A little western wisdom - we just added an American living legend to the roster, Willie Nelson. With a music and acting career that spans over 60 years, Willie has proven that he’s as comfortable in front of the camera as he is on stage. Uniquely charismatic and a straight shooter with dialogue, his name dominates all conversations about authentic and pure country sound. Pay a visit to Willie Nelson’s Wild West in a reimagined version of the original ringer tee that was circulating in the 70’s. Featuring an old west poster style graphic done in the style of the old timey Buffalo Bill photos, it’s a real outlaw classic.
Def Leppard proved that even after a four-year wait for a new album, their fan base was still eager to embrace the group’s legendary sound. A well-recognized triumph for the band, the ‘Hysteria’ album reached no. 1 on both the US and UK charts and went on to sell over 20 million copies worldwide. This double-sided tour tee is a classic revisit of the album featuring the original artwork across the front, and the 1987 tour stops labeled across the back. With pretty tragic events for the band taking place both before and after this album’s release, it’s success is a classic reminder to enjoy the good times and to never be pulled apart during inevitable hard times.
The Pink Floyd early days. Formed in London in 1965, the young band were regulars at the spontaneous underground ‘happenings’ on Sundays at the legendary Marquee club. Over the spring of 1966, the group were still playing at the Marquee, as per usual, and spotted by their future managers Peter Jenner and Andrew King. A significant turning point for the group, the Marquee in London is a historic spot for many, but especially Pink Floyd. This T-Shirt dress includes the exact Bob Masse art print that was used across the concert posters to promote Floyd at the venue in the 60’s. Featuring a British woman sipping some trippy tea, it’s proof that the group has always kept things visually intriguing. And in case it wasn’t obvious - you can easily wear this commemorative poster style all day long, including to bed. So easy, right?
Pink Floyd was known to put on a show, and The Division Bell tour in 1994 was obviously no exception. With or without the benefit of mind-altering substances, even the most jaded concertgoer could expect Floyd to put on a show that would rattle the senses. As the revered godfathers of the stadium spectacle, the legendary band members really only had themselves to blame for the standard they created with their impressive laser light shows and extravagant stage designs. The 1994 tour was a massive success and was the highest grossing concert tour of all time up until that date in 1994. This merch tee recalls the historic 90’s tour when Pink Floyd used cutting-edge technology never before seen in a touring concert environment. Featuring the legendary face-to-face Division Bell monoliths and 1994 world tour stops, this is a double-sided gem that reflects Pink Floyd summoning the music industry and concert settings to up the ante.