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Listen to Fucked Up's New Two-Track, 45-Minute-Long This Mother Forever

Fucked Up have released a new 12" called This Mother Forever. It features two tracks: The 16-minute-long title track and a 30-minute-long collaboration with 2014 Polaris Prize winner  Tanya Tagaq called “Our Own Blood.” (The latter track was previously released.) Below, you can stream the release in its entirety, via Fucked Up’s Bandcamp. In April, the band released Zanzibar, an original score for the 1928 silent film West of Zanzibar.
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