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Slaves - Spit It Out

A nice, soothing number from Royal Tunbridge Wells' premier experimental folk duo. Ahem.
Slaves - Spit It Out
Published: 8:09 am, August 12, 2016
A nice, soothing number from Royal Tunbridge Wells' premier experimental folk duo. Ahem.



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Slaves are back, and they’re definitely not messing around.

Teasing a ‘really heavy’ second record, the Tunbridge Wells duo return sounding more pissed off than ever before. 'Spit It Out' is a raucous onslaught of guitars, drums and ferocious shouting, with Isaac and Laurie venting their pent-up anger and frustration by trashing the place.

Like ‘Cheer Up London’ the message is clear: they want us to stop looking so miserable about our lives, repeating the question “what are you gonna do about it?” over a barrage of ear-shattering noise.

It's been going down well over the festival season, as well. When they played it at Latitude, the whole crowd practically split in two to charge at each other. If you’re lucky enough to be at Reading and Leeds, you’re in for a treat. Ben Jolley

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