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Brunch + Modern Rituals Split EP

Brunch & Modern Rituals

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1
2nd Song
Brunch; Modern Rituals
4:31
2
Blinkers
Brunch; Modern Rituals
4:03
3
Pushing Teeth
Brunch; Modern Rituals
4:11
4
Protusion
Brunch; Modern Rituals
4:17
5
Muttering
Brunch; Modern Rituals
6:21
6
Hate
Brunch; Modern Rituals
3:43
Total Playing Time    27:06
“The two bands sit perfectly together bound by a love of noise and fuzz with the friendship cemented with a dash of excellent song writing. It’s raw and unpolished which is exactly how we want to enjoy this lo-fi brilliance.”
- London in Stereo

Two upcoming UK bands, Brunch and Modern Rituals, join forces on this split EP revisiting unreleased material from the past year, and as well as two appropriately lo-fi and fuzzed-out covers. Having toured together extensively over the past year, the chemistry between these two groups is palpable.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Sonic Anhedonic Recording Company Studio Masters

Tracks 3 - 6 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM

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