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Bad Sounds have confirmed a new EP, with 'Escaping From A Violent Time vol. 1' due in January

The news arrives alongside a second teaser track, 'Breathe'.
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Published: 2:33 pm, November 25, 2019
Bad Sounds have confirmed a new EP, with 'Escaping From A Violent Time vol. 1' due in January

Bad Sounds have announced a new EP, with 'Escaping From A Violent Time vol. 1' due on 17th January.

The news arrives alongside a second teaser track, 'Breathe', which follows on from their recent comeback single, 'Sympathetic Vibrations'.

Of the track, Callum explains: "Breathe is about the inescapability of our own human nature. How we are destructive purely by existing, and it isn’t something we can help. Some of us carry the burden of that responsibility and truly feel the guilt of being human. We’re all kind of hoping that it means something in the end, but perhaps that’s just desperately optimistic. Naive even. Also there is a chainsaw at the start."

They've also a handful of tiny shows planned for May, catch them live:

MAY
01 Deaf Institute, Manchester
12 Lafayette, London
13 The Fleece, Bristol

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