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The Murlocs
Bittersweet Demons

Bittersweet Demons
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1x Vinyl LP Limited Edition



Release date

Jun 25, 2021



Skewhiff Limited Edition
2000 copies world wide
Orange and cream swirly wax with heavy black splatter
Deluxe die cut cover printed on heavy 350gsm board with pullout insert
Housed in a custom printed 100% recyclable brown cardboard sleeve

Sharing members across King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Crepes, ORB and Beans, ‘Uncle Murl’ as they’ve been affectionately dubbed, set themselves apart for their signature blend of old-world rhythm, blues and psychedelia, bolstered by the unmistakable vocals and harmonica breakdowns of Kenny-Smith.

Forged in their homelands of Victoria’s Surf Coast near Geelong in 2011, across the course of two EPs, five albums, and a dynamic presence on the live circuit, The Murlocs have established themselves as a much-loved staple of the Australian psych and garage scene. \

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