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Bringing to mind the sort of foreign cinema you might stumble upon on late night telly (when you’re off your head after a night out), Manchester’s own Duds have released a head-scratching new video.

Comprised of two acts and an intermission, it mirrors the scatty, unpredictable nature of the electrifying Northern collective. Filmed up the road in Gullivers , the video was directed by Chan Yang Kim, with tracks ‘The Nose’/’Keine’ taken from their debut album ‘Of A Nature Or Degree (out now through Castle Face Records).

Duds are like nothing else and we highly recommended them. The Nose and Keine appear on “Of A Nature Or A Degree”, out on Castle Face Records.

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Manchester quartet Duds‘ wiry, clattering sound draws comparisons to original postpunk upstarts The Fire Engines and Joseph K, and likewise they bring a real urgency to their music. The band’s debut album, Of A Nature or Degree, will be out September 22nd via Castle Face Records, and it’s the first UK group to have a record out on John Dwyer’s label. While they don’t sound like anything else on Castle Face, they do share an electricity with groups like Oh Sees, POW!, and Running, and definitely fit in with the label’s asthetic. We’ve got the premiere of “Elastic Feel” which is a great example of the band’s nervous creative energy

Tracklist:

01. No Remark 02. Signal, Sign 03. A Different Stage 04. The Nose 05. Irregular Patterns 06. Split on Both Sides 07. Keine 08. Of Nature 09. Elastic Seal 10.Pro Tem 11. Elastic Feel 12. Reward Indifference

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Manchester quartet Duds‘ wiry, clattering sound draws comparisons to original postpunk upstarts like The Fire Engines and Joseph K, and likewise they bring a real urgency to their music. The band’s debut album, Of A Nature or Degree, will be out September 22nd via Castle Face Records, and it’s the first UK group to have a record out on John Dwyer’s label. While they don’t sound like anything else on Castle Face, they do share an electricity with groups like Oh Sees, POW!, and Running, and definitely fit in with the label’s asthetic. We’ve got the premiere of “Elastic Feel” which is a great example of the band’s nervous creative energy.

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