Due to ATH regulations, I’m only able to offer up one Slumberland Records related piece a day, which is why I’m a few hours late with this new Terry Malts jam. Musically, this is perhaps the heaviest I’ve heard the band sound; I think it’s one of their greatest attributes, as there’s so many touches and nods to other acts that you can’t entirely pigeon-hole the group. This is the second tune off their forthcoming Insides EP, which you’ll be able to pick up from the aforementioned label on September 23rd.
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What a great week for fans of Terry Malts (aren’t we all?). First, we had a new single from Corey, and now we’ve got the announcement of a brand new bouncing tune from the band themselves. It’s a rocker, of course, with gritty guitar coating the pop sensibility of the band in a bit of distortion. It’s a quick tune, but it’s one of those songs that you can sing along to whilst you playfully pogo into the folks jamming out with you. This new song comes from the band’s Insides EP; it’s going to be released as a 7″ on September 23rd via Slumberland Records.
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