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Holy Tunics "Butter Dish" (MER 004)

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12" Vinyl Album (+ Digital Album).

Album released by Meritorio Records (MER 004).

IMPORTANT: If you are ordering 3 or more records please send us an email (meritoriorec@gmail.com) stating which records you'd like and we'll invoice to you applying lower shipping costs.

Includes download code and unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

Holy Tunics is a band started in Brooklyn, New York, 2014, currently featuring drummer Brian Alvarez, bassist/vocalist Matt Billington, guitarist Bryan Thornton, and lead vocalist/guitarist Nick Rogers.

Their debut EP Hot to Trot was released Dec. 2016 (GP Stripes). The Big Takeover wrote: “Although several tunes date to 2015’s rougher-recorded Notes From Captivity Pt. 2, Holy Tunics have streamlined them with energetic, smoother yet punchy production and playing that reinforces their hooky guitar-pop heroics.”

In 2017 Holy Tunics split a single with Hamish Kilgour (Mad Scene, The Clean) via GP Stripes, opened for Teenage Fanclub and Gin Blossoms locally and recorded a new full length album due out April 2018 via Meritorio Records. Listen if you enjoy a Paisley Underground-influenced guitar rock sound.

credits
releases April 20, 2018

All songs written by Holy Tunics.
Recorded and Mixed by Julian Fader at Gravesend Recordings.
Mastered by Amar Lal.
Artwork by Davey Jones.
Holy Tunics is Nick Rogers, Matt Billington, Brian Alvarez and Bryan Thornton.
The band thanks Jordan Bell, Diana Kinscherf, Ben Jaffe, Toki, Scrambles, and Carlos.

Butter Dish by Holy Tunics

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