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‘More Is Less’ is the order of the day on the new track from The Murder Capital

Debut album ‘When I Have Fears’ is out in the world this Friday (August 16th)
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Published: 6:26 pm, August 13, 2019Words: Jamie Muir.
‘More Is Less’ is the order of the day on the new track from The Murder Capital

As you may have gathered, we’re pretty excited about The Murder Capital’s debut album being out this Friday - something they’re only stoking further with the release of new number ‘More Is Less’

After first appearing in live form online last year (and kinda getting us all rather excited for what they had to offer), ‘More Is Less’ is the sort of anthem that has us ready to throw ourselves into anything. Not bad at all.

Alongside ‘Don’t Cling To Life’, ‘Feeling Fades’ and ‘Green & Blue’ - it whets the appetite nicely for debut ‘When I Have Fears’ out this Friday (August 16th), setting the tone for what’s set to be a pretty special record.

The Murder Capital will be playing a string of in-stores to mark the release this month, with a larger UK headline tour a-coming in October as well. You’d be a bloody fool to miss it.

Until then, have a click on ‘More Is Less’ below

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