Jake Bugg announces new EP plus new black and white video – watch

The 'Messed Up Kids' EP will be released on May 12

Jake Bugg announces new EP plus new black and white video – watch

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Jake Bugg has announced the release of a new four-track EP, 'Messed Up Kids' – watch the video for the title track below.

The EP features lead track 'Messed Up Kids' from Bugg's 2013 album 'Shangri La' plus three new tracks recorded with producer Rick Rubin in Malibu, California. Those songs, titled 'A Change In The Air', 'Strange Creatures' and 'The Odds', can be previewed via the iTunes pre-order link below. The record will be released as a download and 10-inch vinyl record on May 12.

The 'Messed Up Kids' tracklisting is as follows:

'Messed Up Kids'
'A Change In The Air'
'Strange Creatures'
'The Odds'


Bugg is to release a live EP for Record Store Day 2014, which takes place on April 19. 'Live At Silver Platters, Seattle' is a four-track EP recorded at the singer-songwriter's January 20, 2014 show in Seattle. It sees Bugg performing acoustic versions of tracks from his debut album and 2013 follow-up 'Shangri La', including breakthrough hit 'Lightning Bolt'.



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