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We All Want To

by Andrew Tijs on October 23, 2012

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Brisbane indie supergroup We All Want To (Screamfeeder, Full Fathom Five et al) perform three tunes from their new album.

As far as Brisbane indie pop goes, supergroup may not be too superlative. We All Want To are on their second album Come Up Invisible with a pedigree that runs from Screamfeeder to Full Fathom Five to Narcotics to Ghostboy With Golden Virtues.

Tim and Skye from the band perform three of their new tunes in the studio – ‘Ramp Up The Bleeding’, ‘Before The Accident’ and ‘We’re Not Perfect’.

 

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