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On the Dial | Antisocialites



Alvvays is a Canadian indie-rock band. They blew up with their 2014 self-titled debut album, but oh my gawd watch out they've got a new joint dropping in a month called Antisocialites. The band has only released two singles, but from what I've heard, it will be one of the dreamiest albums of the year. Give a listen and transport yourself to pop heaven:

 

Posted by Brett Gregory on 07 August, 2017 Alvvays, Antisocialites, On the Dial | 0 comments
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