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Lilys/Big Troubles- Split 7" ~RARE COLORED WAX!

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Lilys/Big Troubles- Split 7".  To say I love Lilys is an understatement. Lilys are to me what your favorite (yet vastly inferior) bands are to you. My Bloody Valentine, Love, Pavement, John Coltrane, Nina Simone, Big Star, Frank Sinatra, The Smiths, Guided By Voices, etc., etc., etc. But to me Lilys are at the top of the heap in my appreciation of music. So, you can imagine my unmitigated glee-gasam upon discovering that Lilys have released a new song after six years of hibernation. It's called "Well Traveled Is Protest," and in my completely biased opinion, this three-minute ditty is pretty fuckin' great. It features catchy melodies that dodge left when you think they're going right, acoustic strumming cresting over lo-fi chamber-pop orchestration, cryptic lyrics ("I Change For Change/I Don't Know Why"), Heasley's mischievously breathy vocal delivery, and so much more. This song is the A-Side on a split with Brooklyn-based Slumberland Records artists Big Troubles. THESE ARE ON COLORED VINYL!

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