New Music Monday. How many bands get together, write a bunch of songs, possibly record a handful, put together a four-track demo, and then break-up? I am sure there are thousands. However, how many then, get back together 30 years later to finally record and release their long-awaited debut album? I only know of one right now. Sister Morphine, a five piece from South Wales is that band. Their brand of sleazy glam rock was quite out of favor back when the band tried to make it big. Perhaps that led to their breakup. But according to their label, their album is a must have for fans of the New York Dolls, D Generation, Heartbreakers, Faces, and The Dogs D’Amour. This tune sounds very similar to the band The Quireboys (formerly The London Quireboys). I have checked out several tunes from Sister Morphine’s new album “Ghosts of Heartbreak City” and I dig ‘em. If you dig this tune, check out the rest of the album.