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On February 14th, 2012, our new band self-released a track called hurtlove on a limited run of 10" vinyl, with no idea how far it would take us.
On March 23rd, 2014, we came off a 2 1/2 year touring stint to spend some time in the studio writing a second record, with no idea how long it would take us.
On February 14th, 2022, ten years since that first release, we're pleased to share it with you now.

To mark the occasion, and as way of reward for all your patience, we offer it here to you as a free download; to say a heartfelt thank you to everyone who has ever supported us since that time; came to shows, bought the record. And to everyone who still asks what happened to us. We remember. We get your messages. We love you.

We know we've been mysterious in the past but this isn't a form of marketing. Right now, we have no current intention of touring and no promo scheduled for the release. Since announcing the record a few weeks ago, we're touched that so many of you have asked about physical formats. We really are happy for you to download the pay-what-you-feel digital release for free and share it with whoever you want; but if it makes enough money, we will use the funds to press a limited run of vinyl.

Mostly, we just wanted to make sure we said a proper thank you for anyone and everyone still out there waiting.

Special thanks goes to Elizabeth Crompton, Dave Sanderson, Christopher Poole and Chloe Melbourne.
Without your creative sparks and collaborative patience, none of this would have been possible.

If you like the record and want to support us personally, we've also linked our new project below. You can also send us an email. We'd love to hear from you and promise we'll reply.

Otherwise. Thank you. See you in ten.