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New from Grumpster

Posted Aug. 1, 2020, 2:12 p.m. in Records by Loren
New from Grumpster

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San Francisco's Grumpster, who released Underwhelmed in 2019, are back with a new 7" called Mindless. Much like the full-length last year, the new EP is on Asian Man Records.

A lead single, "Teeth," is out now (and shared after the bump).

“I wrote “Teeth” about being used,” said Falyn Walsh, vocalist/bassist. “It's about one-sided relationships where the other person only keeps you around to use you to their advantage, and the way it makes you feel once you realize that their intentions were only for personal gain, and that they never truly cared for you.”


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