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Drinker – Fake It

Brooklyn down-tempo psych-pop act Drinker’s “Fake It” has deep analog sounds with plucky, minimal guitar and vulnerable vocals. The track follows the duo’s debut “Which Way Is South,” and is another peek into their forthcoming first EP “Happy Accident”.
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