Listening Post

Listen to 1 minute of minimalist DIY punk Sneaks’ 18 minute long new album

Short but not sweet

Ah, Sneaks. Last year charmed so much by her debut album ‘Gymnastics’, which was then reissued by Merge in September, we decided to set up an interview with Eva Moolchan.

The Washington D.C. artist was monosyllabic at best. Not that we minded at all, it made for one of our most engrossing reads of last year.

Like her conversations, Sneaks keeps her albums short and (not so) sweet. ‘It’s A Myth’ is the name of her new one coming out (again on Merge) on 31 March.

‘Inside edition’ is the first music from it. It’s only 60 seconds.

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