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Limited 7" Black Vinyl in Kraft Board Company Sleeve. Broadside Hacks release their brand new single "Barbry Allen", a fresh take on the traditional folk ballad which has it's earliest recorded reference in a 17th century diary entry. Broadside Hacks means many different things. It is a sprawling collective of young musicians who meet regularly for casual, open-to-all jam sessions at a South London pub. It is their live iteration, a more fixed - but nevertheless still flexible group of players who have been performing acclaimed shows across Britain for the last year, bringing in local musicians as they go.
Limited 7" Black Vinyl in Kraft Board Company Sleeve. Broadside Hacks release their brand new single "Barbry Allen", a fresh take on the traditional folk ballad which has it's earliest recorded reference in a 17th century diary entry. Broadside Hacks means many different things. It is a sprawling collective of young musicians who meet regularly for casual, open-to-all jam sessions at a South London pub. It is their live iteration, a more fixed - but nevertheless still flexible group of players who have been performing acclaimed shows across Britain for the last year, bringing in local musicians as they go.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 05/06/2022
UPC: 5055869549202

Barbry Allen [Limited Edition] (Uk)
Artist: Broadside Hacks
Format: Vinyl
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Limited 7" Black Vinyl in Kraft Board Company Sleeve. Broadside Hacks release their brand new single "Barbry Allen", a fresh take on the traditional folk ballad which has it's earliest recorded reference in a 17th century diary entry. Broadside Hacks means many different things. It is a sprawling collective of young musicians who meet regularly for casual, open-to-all jam sessions at a South London pub. It is their live iteration, a more fixed - but nevertheless still flexible group of players who have been performing acclaimed shows across Britain for the last year, bringing in local musicians as they go.
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