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Check out Pizzagirl's new EP, 'season 2'

The new collection drops today (Friday 30th November).
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Published: 12:06 pm, November 30, 2018
Check out Pizzagirl's new EP, 'season 2'

Pizzagirl has dropped his brand new EP.

Titled 'season 2', the collection was created in bedroom studio The Beatzzeria (his name, not ours - Ed) in Liverpool, and follows up on debut EP 'An Extended Play', which arrived earlier this year.

He'll be supporting the release with a short UK tour, kicking off tomorrow night in Liverpool. He'll then play shows in Bristol, Brighton and London over the next week.

The dates read:

December
1 Sound Basement, Liverpool
3 The Louisiana, Bristol
5 The Hope and Ruin, Brighton
6 The Lexington, London

You can read more from Pizzagirl in the new issue of Dork, out now. order a copy, and stream the 'season 2' EP, below.
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