It's part of a new AA release out next month
Back in the summer Mush shared ‘Alternative Facts’, a 10-minute garage rock song about one of the Trump administration’s more regrettable additions to popular language.
Now, the Leeds foursome are preparing to release a new 7″ single, ‘Luxury Animals / Comment Section Creeps’.
The pair of tracks will come out via Bristol-based label Art Is Hard on 17 November. You can pre-order the 7″.
In the meantime, you can check out ‘Luxury Animals’ below.
The band are also playing the following dates:
Soup Kitchen, Manchester, Soup Kitchen (w/ Ulrika Spacek) – 10 October
London, Oslo – (w/ Ulrika Spacek) – 12
Leeds, Oporto – (Pilbeams noise night) – 15
Glasgow, Hug and Pint (Massive Sanctions all dayer) – 21
London, Shacklewell Arms (with Drahla) – 9 November
London, Rough Trade West instore – 11
Bristol, The Old England (with Goat Girl – single launch) – 12
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