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The Great Emu War Casualties ‘Tight Enough To Tell’ : Drown in your blood. Submerge in your belonging. Revel at your standing within yourself.

The Great Emu War Casualties

Drown in your blood. Submerge in your belonging. Revel at your standing within yourself.

A rock dawn of nuance and impending roots-y vigil, The Great Emu War Casualties’s ‘Tight Enough To Tell’ is a face pace single that is fun and tongue-in-cheek, just enough for your to turn and self-evaluate.

Formed in 2017 in a small village in Liverpool UK, Joe Jackson, Saskia Clapton, Bibek Tamang, Lynn Jacob and Floyd Graham use eclectic lyrics with tones of life spectrums to musically indicate and parry points of delight and danceable sounds.

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Our next single is (officially) out 22 May (next Friday!) and is called ‘Tight Enough To Tell’. You may have heard it played at one of our pre-covid gigs… (there may even be a snippet of it in our Live N Stuffs highlight… in fact there may even be other places you can prematurely listen to it… although you didn’t hear that from me 🤫👀) In any case, it’s one of our faves to play live so we hope you like the recording! 👂🎶 (And raise a hand anyone who recognises that potato sack uniform HAHAHA 🥔🤦‍♀️) #melbournemusic #melbournemusicscene #newmusic #indiemusic #indiepop #artpop #alternativepop #indierock #etc #ausmusic #newmusic #independentmusic #iwantu2care

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