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The Ar-Kaics- Sick And Tired 7" ~SCREENED COVERS!

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The Ar-Kaics- Sick And Tired 7".  Richmond, VA’s THE AR-KAICS keep things as ‘60s as possible on their new single ‘Sick And Tired’ delivering two catchy Garage pop stompers. Both sides of this slab of wax come with a back-from-the-grave style of Garage Rock feel, boasting an infinity of catchy riffs crusted in just the right amount of psyched-out fuzz. This has the same blistering 60’s sound that Ar-Kaics are know for but it’s more contained and filtered through darker times. Throughout ‘Sick And Tired’ Johnny howls his feelings of being fed up and through. They’ve really nailed the 60’s feel and added their own garage and punk ingredients to make it work. 'Cut Me Down' tells a story of hurt. A moody tale fuelled by hope being harshly taken away. The intro is killer and the song just gets better from there. 7” LIMITED TO 300 COPIES WITH HAND SCREENED COVERS!

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