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NewEP coming soon guys!


February we head to Wales to team up with producer Nick Brine ( Thunder, The Darkness, The Union, Seasick Steve, Tyketto) to do four new tracks. Possibly including a couple of acoustic tracks. The Gizzi brothers from GUN are working with us on pre-production and the songs are sounding really STRONG!


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