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New song, new record by Big Mess

Posted Sept. 24, 2017, 11:25 a.m. in Records by Loren
New song, new record by Big Mess

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Big Mess recently premiered "Still S.A.D." from their soon to release new album, Try To Enjoy It. The new LP releases on Sept. 29 on Indisciplinarian Records/Earsplit Distro.

The band released You Know I Care in 2016.

9/30/2017 Huset - Copenhagen, DK
10/13/2017 128:A - Gothenburg, SE
10/14/2017 Blitz - Oslo, NO
11/02/2017 Kulturstationen - Vanloese, DK

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