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Cultdreams (formerly Kamikaze Girls) have confirmed their second album

‘Things That Hurt’ will be released in August via BSM.
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Published: 2:53 pm, June 11, 2019
Cultdreams (formerly Kamikaze Girls) have confirmed their second album

Cultdreams (formerly Kamikaze Girls) have announced details for their second album. 

‘Things That Hurt’ will be released on 16th August via Big Scary Monsters Records, preceded by lead single ‘We Never Rest (feat. TWIABP)’.

“People are expected to work a stable job, to earn as much money as possible, to live what is said to be a ‘traditional’ heteronormative lifestyle,” vocalist/guitarist Lucinda Livingstone says of the song.

“Personally I very much live in a bubble - people couldn’t care less about how I live, who I live with, how much money I do or don’t earn, what I look like, or how I choose to spend my time, but then it’s so easy to get used to the bubble, and once you’re out it’s not like that anymore.”

The band’s debut, ‘Seafoam’, came out in 2017.

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