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Broken Social Scene have announced a new EP, ‘Let’s Try The After - Vol 2’

The band have also confirmed two new shows in London.
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Published: 9:19 pm, March 20, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Broken Social Scene have announced a new EP, ‘Let’s Try The After - Vol 2’

Broken Social Scene have announced a new EP, ‘Let’s Try The After - Vol 2’.

A companion to their recent ‘Vol 1’, it’s due on 12th April preceded by the track ‘Can’t Find My Heart’.

“The theme is to continue,” says co-founder Kevin Drew. “Sickness, suicide, uprise, love, death, betrayal, hurt, joy, sex, communication, battles and divisions… Let's just get to their after and start building again. How do we do it within the isolation of self prescribe empty popularity? How does the ego revolt? How does the heart win? Can it? Maybe after we will find out.”

The band have also added two shows in London to their already-announced residencies in New York, Toronto, Los Angeles, Seattle, and Montreal. Find them playing Hackney Earth on 19th and 20th August.

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