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PREMIERE: New Nausea

Wednesday 22nd January / posted by Taylah Strano

Following on from two incredible singles in 2019, New Nausea start the new year off right with the third and final single ahead of launching their debut album.

Swine is two-and-a-half minutes of self-loathing in a slack-guitar-pop wrapper.

You can catch New Nausea at Mojos January 24 with Fraeya, Cuss, Special Feelings and Eloise Gougoux.

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