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Sløtface have dropped a new break up song called ‘Stuff’

The track arrives ahead of their just-announced support tour with PUP.
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Published: 3:46 pm, August 30, 2019
Sløtface have dropped a new break up song called ‘Stuff’

Sløtface have dropped a new song called ‘Stuff’.

Vocalist Haley Shea says the track is “my attempt at an honest breakup song.”

“It’s just about all the stuff that’s left over after a relationship,” she explains, “especially if you live with someone, that you might have memories associated with that suddenly become painful, and how that slowly fades until the pain is gone and the stuff is just stuff again.

“It’s also about how great those fresh starts can be, and how you find a way back to yourself, when it’s just yourself.”

The track arrives ahead of their just-announced support tour with PUP, which will see them play a number of shows all over Europe this winter. The UK leg kicks off on 21st November at London’s Electric Ballroom.

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