Cheeky London duo Blamma! Blamma! longtime favourites of the Fringe, return after a period out of the limelight fighting bears for money in St Petersburg (according to rumour) with the release of their first vinyl EP, christened The.P EP, on US imprint Dovecoat Records.
Comprised of three tracks, Only Friend is described in the obligatory press release as a glitched out barnstormer with a twist, featuring the vocal talents of 50% of the duo, the good Palmsout Sounds has dibbs on this track so point your beak in this direction to hear it.
The duo were nice enough to hook Slutty Fringe up with the other new cut on the EP, Let’s Do It, Then, which is really quite demented has some splendid rnb style tinpot percussion going on around the distorted synth washouts.
The last track on the EP is old favourite Carry Me Home which was included due to popular demand (20,000 plus downloads can’t be wrong)
You can pre/order the EP direct from Dovecoat Records, it’s on some mad limited tip with only 500 in existence so don’t lean on grabbing a copy from here.
Look out for Blamma Blamma fucking with the Cazals track Somebody, Somewhere which comes out on Kitsune at the start of May with Blamma Blamma returning to their studio to finish some more original material with only memories of St Petersburg and saucy thoughts about Agnes Deynn for company.
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