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Cancers- Missed 7" ~W/ SCREEN PRINTED B-SIDE!

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Cancers- Missed 7".  The new single from the Athens, GA-based Cancers marks a shift away from the more straight-forward grunge of their debut album, in favor of a noisier more chaotic direction. Punishing drums give it a cavernous feeling with Lenny Miller’s voice reflecting back on itself painting a bleak picture of abject loneliness. It’s distorted and messy and brings to mind the heavier aspecs of bands like the Oh Sees, Superchunk and Wavves. Cool packaging on this one too. THIS SINGLE IS LIMITED TO ONLY 210 COPIES ON WHITE VINYL AND COMES WITH A COOL SCREEN PRINTED B SIDE WITH A GROOVY GOLD CRAB ON IT!  Import from Canada.

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