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Gallows - 'Last June'

The Watford Punk's return to their glorious early days

The Watford punks are preparing to unleash their first full-length effort without Frank Carter, and they’ve come out swinging. ‘Last June’ feels like a return to their early days, complete with sludgy guitars and the most menacing bassline you’ll hear all year. It sounds raw, hungry and engineered for sweaty basements. Bring on the album.
Tom Goodwyn


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