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Leeds bunch Mush have inked a deal with Memphis Industries for a new EP

‘The Induction Party’ EP will arrive in May.
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Published: 9:25 am, April 04, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Leeds bunch Mush have inked a deal with Memphis Industries for a new EP

Mush have signed a new deal with Memphis Industries for a six-track EP.

The Leeds band will release ‘The Induction Party’ EP on 31st May, preceded by lead single ‘Litvinenko’, which you can hear below.

“Fundamentally we identify as music fans as much as artists,” says vocalist / guitarist Dan Hyndman. “I write music that I want to hear for my own enjoyment.

“I’ve always admired people who can create visceral and inspiring art without carrying on as some transcendent being. Having your influences on your sleeve and being open is just an extension of that.”

They’ve a few dates with Yak coming up too, catch them live at the following:

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05 The Dome, London (w/ Yak)
08 Arts Club Loft, Liverpool (w/ Yak)
09 Yes, Manchester (w/ Yak)
11 Cluny 2, Newcastle (w/ Yak)

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