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Black magic from All Them Witches

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All Them Witches is back with “Nothing as the Ideal” via New West Records. The magical dark 8-song set was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in the legendary Studio Two (home to landmark recordings by The Beatles, Pink Floyd, and more). It was produced by the band and Mikey Allred (producer of their 2015 New West debut “Dying Surfer Meets His Maker”). “Nothing as the Ideal” is the follow up to All Them Witches’ acclaimed 2018  “ATW” LP and last year’s standalone single “1X1.”

“As soon as we walked in, all of that touristy stuff is just gone,” The band said about recording at the famous Abbey Road studio. “It is a funky, vintage, dirty studio, just bad-ass and super-awesome. The staff there was such a joy to work with, and the room we were in was Studio Two, which was The Beatles’ room” (full story at SPIN here) “Nothing as the Ideal” was released at September 4. Listen & order here.

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