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Charly Bliss have surprise-dropped a new five-track EP

"It felt like it would be a really special thing," says Eva.
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Published: 11:14 pm, October 30, 2019
Charly Bliss have surprise-dropped a new five-track EP

Charly Bliss have surprise-dropped a new five-track EP.

The songs on 'Supermoon' were recorded during sessions for their recent album 'Young Enough', and they arrive ahead of the band's upcoming UK tour.

Of the release, the band's Eva Hendricks tells Upset: "We recorded about fifteen songs when we were in the studio. We only put, I think, eleven on the record. We really wanted to release those songs. It felt like it would be a really special thing, especially for our fans who have been following along with this record and care about this record, to get more context for it. We're still really proud of these songs."

Have a listen to 'Supermoon' below, and catch the band at the following shows:

NOVEMBER
4 Brighton, UK - Patterns
5 Cardiff, UK - 10 Feet Tall
6 London, UK - Scala
7 Manchester, UK - Deaf Institute

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