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November 2019
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Squid are teasing a new EP with lead track ‘The Cleaner’

‘Town Centre’ is due in September.
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Published: 8:00 pm, July 15, 2019
Squid are teasing a new EP with lead track ‘The Cleaner’

Squid are teasing a new EP for release later this year.

‘Town Centre’ is due digitally on 6th September, with an EP following on 15th November, and lead track ‘The Cleaner’ out now.

The band explain: “The Cleaner is a lost acquaintance, one that we’ve spent the last year trying to get to know... tirelessly working and turning up whenever needed. We work for the money to spend our time doing other things. The Cleaner imagines the divided work and play structure and thinks about breaking from it."

The full track listing reads:

1. Savage
2. Match Bet
3. The Cleaner
4. Rodeo

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