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Check out a new track from Welsh hypesters Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard, 'Hollywood Actors'

TIt will feature on their debut EP 'Non-Stop', which is set to arrive on their new label home Communion on 10th July.
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Check out a new track from Welsh hypesters Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard, 'Hollywood Actors'

Welsh four-piece Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard have shared a brand new single, and revealed plans for a debut EP.

The track, 'Hollywood Actors' was originally written on an old organ and tiny drum machine in frontman Tom Rees flat. He explains: “It’s probably the most ‘rock’ song I’ve written. Lyrically it stemmed from this habitual thing I keep doing when watching films, where I suddenly realise that everybody in the film is just acting, and the whole film becomes completely surreal and you realise how mental the film industry is. I started applying that perspective in everyday life and the similarities were haunting, I felt like everyone around me was acting!”

The track will feature on their EP 'Non-Stop', which is set to arrive on their new label home Communion on 10th July. “I’m so happy these songs are finally getting some air," Rees reveals, "especially on such an amazing label like Communion - they’ve been knocking around with us for two or three years now, so it’s really exciting to have them coming out for everyone to enjoy.”

You can check out 'Hollywood Actors' below.

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