Israeli quartet Document share their new track, ‘Red Tape’

It's taken from upcoming album, ‘The Void Repeats’.
Document have shared a wonderfully fuzzy new track from their upcoming album.

Their debut full-length, ‘The Void Repeats’ is out on Friday, 1st December, with the Israeli four-piece previewing the release with the lo-fi slacker pop of ‘Red Tape’.

The band explain: “The song refers to dealing with bureaucracy – specifically with government agencies that are meant to serve the people when in fact they have made things so extremely complicated that you are lost and get screwed over if you’re not careful.”

‘Red Tape’ is the fourth song taken from the release, following ‘Intermission’, ‘Habit’ and ‘Hustle’.

Listen to ‘Red Tape’ below.

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