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Mush are back with news of their second album, 'Lines Redacted'

Check out comeback single, 'Blunt Instruments'.
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Published: 12:46 pm, November 18, 2020 Photos: James Brown.
Mush are back with news of their second album, 'Lines Redacted'

Mush are back with news of their second album, 'Lines Redacted'.

Due for release on 12th February 2021 via Memphis Industries, its comes barely a year after their debut, '3D Routine'. The record is preceded by their comeback single, 'Blunt Instruments'.

A press release explains: "Across twelve tracks, 'Lines Redacted' introduces a string of different narrators with each providing a different reflection on the Armageddon scenario that we are slowly entering, whether that’s bemoaning it or gleefully willing it along."

The tracklisting reads:

1. Drink the Bleach
2. Blunt Instruments
3. Positivity
4. Dusting For Prints
5. Lines Redacted
6. Seven Trumpets
7. Clean Living
8. Morf
9. Hazmat Suits
10. Bots!
11. B2BCDA
12. Lines Discontinued

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