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Mile End to Showcase New Music at Somerville for In the Pines

Tuesday 24th April / presented by Caitlin Nienaber

At In the Pines each year, alongside the new and up-and-coming artists we also like to bring back a band we haven’t heard from in a while.

Mile End are one of those acts with a cult following and we’re thrilled to have them making a rare appearance at In the Pines this year.

Nick and Dean dropped by breakfast to chat about their fuzzy memories of past In the Pines and how hearing their own feature on The Land that Time Forgot spurred them to make some new tunes.

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