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LISTEN: East India Youth On Daytrotter
Laurie Tuffrey , August 28th, 2014 14:28

TOTAL STRIFE FOREVER's four vocal tracks in session

Daytrotter have just posted a session from perennial tQ favourite East India Youth, which sees William Doyle turning in some fine performances of 'Dripping Down', 'Song For Granular Piano', 'Looking For Someone' and 'Heaven, How Long' from his debut album TOTAL STRIFE FOREVER. Head over to the site and sign-up to play the tracks here.

In other EIY news, he'll be heading to Festival Number 6 in Portmeirion next weekend, followed by the Reeperbahn Festival in Hamburg, Germany from September 17-20, the spacebar-battering C O L U M N S Festival in Manchester Cathedral on November 1, Iceland Airwaves Festival from November 5-9 and capping it all off with a headline set at London's Heaven on November 13. Head to his site for tickets and give Dan Tombs' recent video for new single 'Hinterland', out on September 15 via Stolen Recordings, a play below:

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