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?
OurWild and FreeBand Tee is built from a soft, garment-dyed cotton with distressed detailing throughout for a lived-in look. It is hand-dyed and distressed, making each piece utterly unique.
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The infamously described “highway” of a strenuous life on tour, actually is a real highway - the Canning Highway in Australia to be exact. It connects the Perth Kwinana freeway to its port Fremantle and is home to Bon Scott’s favorite pubs and hotels. “Highway To Hell” was the opening track of AC/DC’s 1979 album titled the same name. Matching the band’s hard rock and heavy metal tunes, this weekend tee features destruction just under its neckline to give you that devoted fan feel.
Following many great acts, Janis Joplin gave her first live concert at the Avalon Ballroom - the music venue to be during the height of the 60s counterculture movement. Featuring the original poster art from her notable performance, this OS Tee gives a nod to Joplin’s career mark with intricate artwork to match the icon’s electric stage presence. Take note, this OS Tee is designed in a sought after cognac color, known to cause compliments.
Icons for icons, fitting. The four Led Zeppelin symbols are up for explanation. To accompany their untitled fourth album, commonly referred to as Led Zeppelin IV, the boys wanted to do something new and mysterious. They released the album with no name, no track listing and non-recognizable symbols. They really knew how to spark up some noise! Each member chose an occult symbol they felt represented themselves and now these four symbols make up the iconic logo of the legendary group. Although the members never came out and explicitly explained what each symbol meant, there are a lot of theories out there. Gotta keep em guessin’.
rare and one-of-a-kind design lands on our reverse girlfriend tee. Featuring a soaring eagle that’s “Hard to find. Lucky to have,” accented in yellow flocking, wear this neutral tee with pride. Loosely tuck into any shade of denim or pair with a slouchy sweatpant - the choice is yours.
We can’t get over this colorful graphic! Inspired by the namesake concert that took place in Wembely in 1971is now available in your favorite roomy-fitting crew! The 5 hour long show incorporated vaudeville circus acts, and its bright poster became a rare and highly sought after collectible, how could we not turn this iconic piece of Led Zeppelin history into a must have Sweatshirt?
Legendary, and a little bit spooky, this 70 year old country cowboy song was brought to life by Cash on his album, Silver. One of the most popular covers among country fans, Cash’s ability to deliver story and emotion through song made “Ghost Riders in the Sky” a country fan favorite. This reverse girlfriend tee places the song’s western roots and ghost rider energy on a center chest hit in a perfectly relaxed fit that hits your waist at just the right spot.