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Creaky little branch

Creaky little branch

Artists

picnic

Labels

Daisart

Catno

deis10

Formats

1x Vinyl 12", LP

Country

Australia

Release date

Sep 28, 2022

picnic follow up their self-titled debut album with ‘creaky little branch’.

A love for early 00's electronica guides the listener as it sits somewhere between familiarity and the unknown. However, this isn’t an exercise in nostalgia, instead foreground for the here and now.

Available in 24 days

Sep 28, 2022

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

22.5€*

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