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American Wrestlers – “Hello, Dear”

American Wrestlers are releasing their sophomore album, Goodbye Terrible Youth, in a few weeks, and they’ve shared “Give Up” and “Amazing Grace” from it so far. Today, we get another new single in the form of “Hello, Dear,” a scratchy and insular but characteristically anthemic song from the one-time Band To Watch. Here’s what Gary […]
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