FUTURE SOUND OF DISCO

"Millennial Trash Blues" - Jo Passed

"Millennial Trash Blues" - Jo Passed

What a marvellous noisy curio this is. Kindly deploy at maximum volume.

New album out "Their Prime" on Sub Pop on May 25th, keep 'em peeled. Currently out on the road with Dick Stusso, a favourite in these parts.

Find them on Twitter at @jopassed, Facebook at jopassed.

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Posted Thursday, April 12, 2018.


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