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Bittersweet Demons

by The Murlocs

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Reed Rams
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Reed Rams Uncle Murl drops another classic album with some of the most thoughtful and endearing lyricism they've ever done. Favorite track: Misinterpreted.
derka
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derka ambrose kenny smith is my father.
Favorite track: No Self Control.
Kayla Rose
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Kayla Rose This album is in a bit of a different direction than The Murlocs' previous work, but it is possibly my favorite from them. I actually ended up enjoying and loving every song in the album, and that is rare for me! The title song especially is amazing, and the piano and vocals are perfect. Favorite track: Bittersweet Demons.
Dimitrios Mouratidis
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Dimitrios Mouratidis Great bunch of talented local guys, fresh sound and gives an old man like me some faith that music hasn't totally trashed by the pop high rotation crap....get into the Murlocs
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On their fifth album 'Bittersweet Demons', The Murlocs share a collection of songs reflecting on the people who leave a profound imprint on our lives, the saviors and hellraisers and assorted other mystifying characters. From the 11 infectious tracks emerges a beautifully complex body of work, one that shines a light on the fragilities of human nature while inducing the glorious head rush that accompanies any Murlocs outing.

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released June 25, 2021

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The Murlocs Melbourne, Australia

Five skinny kids with roots firmly placed in their own blown-out, distorted brand of soulful RnB.
Formed in early 2011 by harp player Ambrose Kenny-Smith, The Murlocs have already played alongside Thee Oh Sees, Graveyard Train and Dave Graney.
Their up-tempo snare cracks and noisy doom guitar - accompanied by Ambrose's vocal screech - has been described as a mesmerising demented dance party.
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