Muncie Girls are raising money for Exeter Cavern with a new demo

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Muncie Girls have released a demo version of their track ‘Five Miles’ to help raise money for the Cavern venue in Exeter, which earlier this month suffered fire damage.

Lande Hekt explains:

“Okay, so as some of you already know, there was a really bad fire in our local venue The Cavern on 6th September. The damage is severe and it’s going to need a lot of work before it can reopen. Everyone is being brave and super positive but truthfully it’s a really sad thing to have happened.

“Like so many other weird punk and indie kids, we’ve been going there since we were 16 and we played our first shows there. Everything we know about bands comes from the people that we learnt from down there and without that place I’m pretty sure we’d all be either really embarrassing musicians that take themselves really seriously, or be stuck in a job we don’t like.

“Also I’ve worked there since I was 18 and Pippa and Dave always let me go on tour and work when I was home. It was a rare privilege that I hope I never took for granted. My life would look entirely different if it wasn’t for the Cavern and so would this band.

“Lewis Johns from The Ranch recorded this song in one take the day after the fire. If you download it, the money will go to help The Cavern in its reopening.”

Download the single here.

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