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Conor O’Brien has launched a new Villagers EP, check out 'The Sunday Walker' now

"Songs of loss and songs of realisation."
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Published: 12:46 pm, November 05, 2019
Conor O’Brien has launched a new Villagers EP, check out 'The Sunday Walker' now

Villagers have unleashed a new four-track EP.

'The Sunday Walker' - streaming online now, and coming on vinyl 22nd November - consists primarily of songs recorded around the time of latest album, 'The Art Of Pretending To Swim'.

“The tracks that fell through the cracks," says Conor; "it turns out they had their own story to tell. The Sunday Walker EP is a collection of lost songs as much as it is an emotional arc. Songs of loss and songs of realisation. Songs of empathy and isolation.”

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