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London-based collective 404 have returned with a brand new track

Titled 'Blind Spot', it's the first to arrive since the passing of founder member Silvertongue (Mina).
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Published: 2:23 pm, September 27, 2019
London-based collective 404 have returned with a brand new track

London-based collective 404 have returned with a brand new track.

Titled 'Blind Spot', it's the first to arrive since the passing of founder member Silvertongue (Mina).

It's the second to come from their forthcoming second 'project' 'Guild Two: Forever', which is set for release on 18th October.

A statement from the band explains: “Blind Spot is Mina’s song and was recorded not long before she tragically passed away this past May. The track serves as a testament to Mina’s talent as a writer and musician. Amongst ourselves we all have our own strong connections with the lyrics, but it’s important to us that the writing is allowed the space to speak for itself. Mina’s voice will resonate forever.”

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