Sing Street
Sing Street

Sing Street Releases New Track, “Drive It Like You Stole It”

Sing Street released a new track from their upcoming original Broadway cast recording today. “Drive It Like You Stole It,” a fan-favorite number from the original film, celebrates the thrill of rebellion, perfectly capturing the essence of the ‘80s with its anthemic singalong chorus. You can listen to the single here.

The album’s debut single debut single, “Up,” was released in early February. The single accompanied Sony Masterworks Broadway’s announcement of the cast recording available now to pre-order and set to be digitally released on Thursday, March 26. Since the initial release of the single, Sing Street also released an official music video for “Up.”

Sing Street (Original Broadway Cast Recording), will feature music and lyrics by Gary Clark and John Carney, and was produced by Tony and GRAMMY Award winner Martin Lowe and mixed by Dave Bascombe. Its digital release coincides with the musical’s first performance, and a physical CD release will follow on Friday, April 17th, two days ahead of the production’s opening night.

The critically-acclaimed musical adaptation of John Carney’s hit indie film follows a group of teenagers who form a New Wave band that provides an escape from their struggles at home and a way to impress a mysterious girl. Set in 1980s Dublin, Sing Street is a celebration of the thrill of rebellion, the joy of first love, and the power of music.

After a sold-out world premiere at the New York Theatre Workshop this past November, Tony Award winner Rebecca Taichman will direct the Broadway production, with a book by Tony Award winner Enda Walsh, and choreography by Obie Award winner Sonya Tayeh.

Sing Street stars Max Bartos as Darren, Brendan C. Callahan as Gary, Billy Carter as Robert, Zara Devlin as Raphina, Gus Halper as Brendan, Jakeim Hart as Larry, Martin Moran as Brother Baxter, Anne L. Nathan as Sandra, Johnny Newcomb as Barry, Brenock O’Connor as Conor, Gian Perez as Kevin, Sam Poon as Eamon, Skyler Volpe as Anne, Amy Warren as Penny, and Anthony Genovesi as Declan. Off-stage covers include Dashiell Eaves, Ilan Eskenazi and Michael Lepore, with additional casting to be announced soon.

Sing Street will begin performances at Broadway’s Lyceum Theatre on March 26, with an official opening on April 19th.