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Alt-pop duo Wooze have announced their debut EP

“This song is about the grass being greener on the other side," they say of new track, ‘I’ll Have What She’s Having’.
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Published: 10:24 am, March 01, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Alt-pop duo Wooze have announced their debut EP

Wooze have announced their debut EP, ‘what’s on your mind?’.

It’ll be released on 3rd May via Young Poet Records, followed by a headline tour that includes stops at Live at Leeds and The Great Escape.

Check out their new single, ‘I’ll Have What She’s Having’ below, and find their live shows after the jump. Their follow-up teaser-tracks, ‘Cousin Paul From Paddington’ and ‘Zeus’ Masseuse’ will also arrive within the next few weeks.

Theo Spark and Jamie She say of the new song: “This song is about the grass being greener on the other side from the perspective of someone standing on a circle. We're both really fascinated by different societal expectations and cultural standards of success and how something that's actually so intimate and subjective, ie. one's own success and self worth, is dictated by the masses.

“There is no right or wrong way in our opinion. At the same time there's this massive spectrum between something like the hikikomori phenomenon in Japan and someone like Kendall Jenner and Fyre festival - this song is us perching ourselves on the fence and observing the pendulum swinging to and fro.”

Wooze will play:

MARCH
8 Clwb Ifor Bach, CARDIFF
9 Rough Trade, BRISTOL
14 Soup Kitchen, MANCHESTER
15 Off The Cuff, LONDON

APRIL
13 Razzmatazz, BARCELONA

MAY
4 Live at Leeds Festival, LEEDS
7 La French Escapade, PARIS
10 The Great Escape, BRIGHTON

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