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Mush are going to release their debut album in February

'3D Routine' will arrive on Valentine's Day.
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Published: 11:51 am, October 31, 2019
Mush are going to release their debut album in February

Mush are going to release their debut album in February.

'3D Routine' will arrive on Valentine's Day via Memphis Industries, preceded by new single 'Eat the Etiquette'.

The band explain: "The induction party comes to an end with transfixed crowds splintering through desire paths re-emerging to the cold familiar pavement. Fresh from re-orientation, discarded all routines, a third-dimension flow state, go forth and send the ladder down, peel back the tunnel, dimensionally challenged 2D suckers. This is the next step! ‘3D Routine’"

Mush will support the release with a UK in-store tour, too:

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