Jobin EP

by The Orielles

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Back in 2014 we put out a series of flexizines (a 7" flexidisc record accompanied by a 20 page zine) from the likes of Fear of Men, The Death of Pop and White Sands. We're delighted to say we're bringing the format back whilst also welcoming The Orielles to the family!

Hailing from Halifax, the Orielles formed after sisters Esme and Sid Hand-Halford met Henry Wade at a house party. Learning to play their instruments as they went along, the band have spent the past couple of years honing their craft with a string of singles and appearances at the likes of Live at Leeds, Festival no. 6, swn and Dot to Dot.

We're delighted to be releasing their new EP Jobin, three tracks of infectious surf pop influenced by the band's love of riot grrrl and all things C.A. The EP opens with lead track 'Jobin' - a barnstorming amalgamation of whoops and sweet summer melodies and the rest of the EP follows in a similarly seasonal fashion.

The EP is set to be released on 1st April on ltd edition flexizine; a 7" flexidisc featuring lead track Jobin, a 20 page colouring book illustrated by the awesome Alex Gamsu Jenkins and a download code for the full 3 track EP.

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released April 1, 2016

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