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Muncie Girls have dropped a surprise new EP, 'B-Sides the Point'

"Most of the songs on this record are quite topical," says Lande.
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Published: 12:00 pm, March 10, 2020
Muncie Girls have dropped a surprise new EP, 'B-Sides the Point'

Muncie Girls have dropped a surprise new EP.

Out today via Specialist Subject Records, ‘B-Sides the Point’ features tracks from the sessions for their latest album, ‘Fixed Ideals’.

Led by single 'Rain', Lande Hekt explains: “The song ‘Rain’ is about the government, old men in power, fear-mongering, the FTSE 100 and having friends who know how fucked up everything is."

"Most of the songs on this record are quite topical," she adds, "with a concept song about a single mother of three trying to survive on the welfare state (‘Five Miles’, which is based upon an article that author Sue Townsend wrote in the 80s about how the welfare state left her scouring the streets for pennies) and a song about how much I don’t enjoy Made in Chelsea (‘Idolise’).”

Have a listen below, and catch the band on tour from 24th March.

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