Here's A Brand New Trailer For HBO's '70s Rock Drama 'Vinyl'

It feels a little like Mad Men?

All Richie Finestra (Bobby Cannavale) wants to do is take drugs, have sex, and show people cool bands. Unfortunately, the actual business side of his record company is getting in the way in this new trailer for Vinyl. It's the eternal struggle: how do you turn a profit on something that's supposed to be rough, and still be free of the man? Cliched or not, the Martin Scoresese-Terrence Winter-Mick Jagger project looks promising, and it debuts February 14 on HBO. And is that Dan Auerbach's voice we hear?

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This article was originally published on Esquire.com

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