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Speedy Wunderground have announced the latest instalment of their single series, a track from The Lounge Society

It's out digitally later this month.
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Published: 12:05 pm, March 17, 2020
Speedy Wunderground have announced the latest instalment of their single series, a track from The Lounge Society

Speedy Wunderground have announced the latest instalment of their single series, a track from The Lounge Society.

The Hebden Bridge newcomers' new tune 'Generation Game' is due for release digitally on 27th March, and limited edition 7" from 24th April.

"Generation Game means a lot to all of us," they explain, "and we feel it’s an ideal introduction to us as a band. To us the lyrics reflect what we’re all about – shedding light on topics and events we feel are criminally ignored - and for it to be our very first offering to the world (especially through Speedy) really helps get that across.

"Once we’d finished the take we all stopped dead and looked at each other (and Dan) and he just said ‘that’s it, that’s the one’. I think we were all a bit shocked but the energy was there on the recording and we completely trusted him!"

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