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Squid's new tune 'Sludge' is pretty great

The track is their first since the band's signing to Warp Records.
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Published: 4:06 pm, March 24, 2020 Photos: Machine Operated.
Squid's new tune 'Sludge' is pretty great

Squid have shared their new tune, 'Sludge'.

Billed as "a fitting way to begin this new chapter" in its accompanying press release, the track is their first since the band's signing to Warp Records.

"What a weird time to be announcing this huh?! We’ve signed to Warp Records!" they explain on Facebook. "Our first release through Warp is SLUDGE.

"We’ve been playing Sludge for a while so some of you might be familiar with it. It was kind of written about self-isolation before it was a government-enforced lifestyle.

"We don’t really want to say much else about it, other than we hope you like it."

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