Mush have shared their blink-and-you’ll-miss-it new single, ‘Fear Index’

The minute-and-a-half track features on their new EP.

Mush have shared their new single, ‘Fear Index’.

The blink-and-you’ll-miss-it track is from the band’s new EP ‘Great Artisanal Formats’, which will be released via Memphis Industries on 20th June for Record Store Day.

Dan Hyndman says of the release: “We felt like we wanted to be back in the studio ASAP after finishing [debut album] ‘3D Routine’. This was a strange record because we had the idea for it, in terms of format, before writing any of the songs.

“I’ve always enjoyed the early punk budget 7″ EP’s and also I’ve always wanted to do a Record Store Day release. It’s weirder than the album, very much a throw stuff at the wall and see what sticks approach. Which with our sensibilities means it’s ended up more guitar laden and busier than ever. Lyrically more abstract than record, bit of a breather from the politics.”

Give it a listen below.

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