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Home Counties have announced their signing to Alcopop! with new single, 'Dad Bod'

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Published: 9:18 pm, June 17, 2020
Home Counties have announced their signing to Alcopop! with new single, 'Dad Bod'

Bristol-based Home Counties (FKA Haze) have announced their signing to Alcopop! with new single, 'Dad Bod'.

The track's gonna arrive from 1st July with a cassette release that features five remixes: 'Will Bod', 'Dan Bod', 'Sam Bod', 'Boon Bod', and 'Con Bod'.

"We're so happy to have signed to Alcopop! Records," they explain. "We're big fans of their roster and we kept hearing good things about them whilst on the road with Ditz in January - turns out the rumours are true and label-boss Jack is the nicest guy in the biz. He's totally got behind what we're doing and we've got some really exciting stuff planned for 2020, starting with our second single, 'Dad Bod’.”

Pre-orders are available now from ilovealcopop.co.uk.

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