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April 2020
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Demob Happy round out their single trilogy with new song, 'Mother Machine'

The track follows on from ‘Autoportrait’ and ‘Less Is More’.
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Published: 12:04 pm, January 08, 2020
Demob Happy round out their single trilogy with new song, 'Mother Machine'

Demob Happy have shared their new single, 'Mother Machine'.

Following on from ‘Autoportrait’ and ‘Less Is More’, both released in 2019, the track marks the third in a trilogy. Frontman Matt Marcantonio explains:

“These last three singles have been like a trilogy, expressing things I've felt over the most intense year of touring I think we'll ever do, and things I've learned about where we're all going. I wanted to leave ‘Mother Machine’ ‘til last as there's a lot of new sounds in it, and I like what it says about the future.”

Have a listen below. The band are currently working on a new album, the follow-up to 2018's 'Holy Doom'.

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