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Well familiair & refreshingly new: Left Field Messiah

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Left Field Messiah is new band with some familiair faces. The band feature members of Hot Hot Heat, Fitz and the Tantrums, and Wildling. Debut singles “AM Moonlight” and “FUZZ Machine” came out at the end of 2020. Their debut LP will be released in february 2021.

About Fuzz Machine: “Fuzz Machine was the third song we wrote for the record. It was also the song that inspired our band name because of the chaos and freedom we felt while working on it.” (full article here )”For us this song is about having an insane amount of angst and feeling like a total wreck, but wanting to keep fighting and push on through it.”

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