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PREMIERE: Lunch Money Life Share 'Human Sacrifice'
Patrick Clarke , June 20th, 2021 09:00

The London experimental outfit have signed to Wolf Tone Records for their new single

London experimental five-piece Lunch Money Life have shared their new single 'Human Sacrifice'.

Their first new music since last year's debut album Immersion Chamber, the band describe 'Human Sacrifice as "a line in the sand between our old material and our new material. More boisterous, more urgent." You can listen the track, along with a visualiser that premieres exclusively with tQ, sbove.

Lunch Money Life began as the twelve-piece musical wing of a charity venture that never took off, eventually whittled down to a five-piece based out of an East London church where member Spencer Martin also serves as organist. 'Human Sacrifice' marks the band's signing to Wolf Tone Records, home of The Horrors and Glass Animals. More new music from the group is incoming.

'Human Sacrifice' is out now on Wolf Tone Records.