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Mush take a swipe at the generational divide with album opener, 'Revising My Fee'

They've also booked in a tour for April.
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Published: 11:16 am, January 09, 2020
Mush take a swipe at the generational divide with album opener, 'Revising My Fee'

Mush have dropped the opener from their upcoming record.

'Revising My Fee' is the latest cut from the band's debut album '3D Routine', due 14th February via Memphis Industries.

Lead singer Dan Hyndman explains: “This song a gripe about work/life balance and the generational divide. Income to rent ratios. And essentially just how financially poor the younger generation tend to be currently. 

"Lots of debt, very little homeownership prospects. Lots of patronising chatter in the media about pre-made sandwiches and ready meals bankrupting a generation out of homeownership, ignoring the backdrop of a decade of austerity: 'meal-deal critique, aspirational creed'. 

"The younger generations are now told they are not go getters the way the baby boomers, largely responsible for how shit things are now, supposedly were.”

Check out 'Revising My Fee' below, and catch the band on tour this spring:

FEBRUARY
18 Nottingham, Rough Trade
19 Bristol, Rough Trade
20 London, Rough Trade East

APRIL
07 FR Paris, Supersonic
08 FR Lyon, Le Sonic
10 FR Lille, Pzzle Festival @ Le Grand Mix
12 Ramsgate, Ramsgate Music Hall
13 Brighton, The Prince Albert
14 London, Sebright Arms
15 Bristol, The Lanes
16 Manchester, YES
17 Sheffield, Picture House Social
18 Newcastle, The Cumberland Arms

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