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  1. 1.
    Planetary Spin to the Stomach
  2. 2.
    Flesh Soup
  3. 3.
    Abyssal Orbit
  4. 4.
    New Boy (Behind Eyelids)
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Exhailers is a three-headed apeoid gestating in the cosmic womb; an art-rock experiment from the Midlands of nowhere; a spangled conglomerate of puss and goo dancing through the Void.
Melodies that glisten vividly, riffs that lumber and lurch, laments to being lost in space, all melded together in a disjointed kaleidoscope of sound. Brandon Robinson’s guitar work creates walls of fuzz, phasing seas, and solos of sporadic exuberance. Gliding atop, Liv Barlow’s vocals undulate between indifference and reverence. Underneath all, Fred Ensor’s drums provide a spasmodic heartbeat of erratic rhythms.
There was no exact point at which this creature first came to be. From a thousand escaped school lunch-times its foetus emerged. It fed from a vast and varied diet; from the neo-psychedelia of Wand, Pond and Post-animal, to the doom of the Melvins, the crunch of Queens of the Stone Age and the edged alt-rock of Pixies and the Wytches.
Independent and strictly DIY, it does everything with its very own organs. It is birthing itself. Slowly. Painfully. But surely. It is ready to excrete all its angular treats, to regurgitate its soup of psychedelia and vomit its bilious fuzz-rock sludge.
‘a Picasso-painting of a sound; angular, disjointed but far from two dimensional.’
– Brum Live
‘They’re aiming for something more unconventional, more daring. They’ve succeeded.’
– Louder Than War


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