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The Holy Mess + Elway

Posted April 19, 2017, 8:26 a.m. in Bands by Loren
The Holy Mess + Elway

Say-10 Records has announced new project Steveo & The Crippling Addictions (Steveo from Holy Mess and Tim Browne from Elway). The do is currently recording with the expectation of releasing their debut this summer, tentatively titled Desolation Monday.


While recorded as a two-piece, the expectation is for early shows to feature Steveo solo, perhaps later joined by a full band.

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