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Great Cynics release video, plan March dates

Posted Feb. 19, 2014, 6:47 p.m. in Bands by Loren
Great Cynics release video, plan March dates

Great Cyncis/Muncie Girls split

Great Cyncis have released a new video for "Whatever You Want," the opening track on their Specialist Subject Records split with Muncie Girls. The EP is set for release on March 10 and the bands will support it with some tour stops around the UK.


The video, included below, was shot and cuy by Andrew Johnson and was filmed around the UK and at pre-Fest 12 in Tampa, FL.

Thu 27th March - Bristol, Stag and Hounds

Fri 28th March - Leeds, Wharf Chambers

Sat 29th March - London, Old Blue Last

Sun 30th March - Southampton, Unit

Mon 31st March - Brighton, The Hope

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