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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

photo by Loren Green

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.

BIG MESS Live:
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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