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Design of the Week | "Bruises" by Leggy



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Leggy is a trio from Cincinnati, Ohio known for the dark, dreamy, and flirtatious nature of their unique punk music. Based on the strength of the self released eps online and performances at 2016 SXSW, George Damnably, head of Damnably Records, offered to re-release the songs in a singular cohesive album “Leggy.” The album came out in May 2016 and Leggy spent most of the year on tour supporting it, including US jaunts with Alice Bag, T-rextasy, and a European tour with Shonen Knife. They are currently gearing up to record a new record, slated for release later this year.

Watch the fun-thrash video for "Bruises" below:

Catch Leggy rip up the Pabst Stage at Spacebar during The Flyover Fest on Friday, May 12. Score your All-Access Pass now for just $24.99 🔥

Posted by Brett Gregory on 12 April, 2017 Bruises, Design of the Week, Leggy, The Flyover Fest | 0 comments
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