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September 2019
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Impossibly buzzy four-piece Egyptian Blue have dropped their debut EP, 'Collateral Damage'

Check out the new video for sort-of-title-track 'Collateral' now.
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Published: 9:16 am, June 22, 2019
Impossibly buzzy four-piece Egyptian Blue have dropped their debut EP, 'Collateral Damage'

Impossibly buzzy four-piece Egyptian Blue have dropped their debut EP.

Titled 'Collateral Damage', the band's first collection arrives today (21st June), alongside a brand new video for single 'Collateral'. Directed by Jonathan Waller, you can check it out below.

The track was written by one of the band's dual frontmen, Andy Buss, after visiting a friend who suffers from severe social anxiety. He told me he’d fallen in love with someone he met online,” he explains. “But he was coming to terms with the realisation that they’d never be able to meet it person due to his anxiety. It broke my heart.”

You can check out the EP, and the video for 'Collateral', below.

Egyptian Blue are set to hit the road through June and July alongside The Murder Capital. This August, they'll play Leeds' Dork Live affiliated Indie Banquet alongside fellow Yala! signed buzz-merchants Talk Show. You can grab tickets to that here.

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